Where do I start? The land of the brave, and unfortunately free to say and do absolutely whatever comes to mind. If you have been a follower of Missing / Perspective from the beginning, you know that freedom is at the top of my list of reasons that I love America. Freedom of speech and expression is a rare gem that gives us a true advantage … Continue reading Emotional to Irrational – The Winning Logic of Donald Trump
For me, the hardest part of watching the movie Selma was the first five minutes. It is the scene when the young girls, doing what young girls do in church, were blown up. I have thought of this scene multiple times prior to seeing the movie and just the thought of this scene was chilling, but Ava DuVernay captured it even more poignantly in the … Continue reading Since the Day I Was Born ….
“We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we’re curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.” – Walt Disney I decided to do a blog post link-up this week (click here for more details). Ironically, the topic of the link up fits fairly well into this week’s “The Monday Fits” where I wrote about selling your personal brand to yourself, before you can … Continue reading Turning the Corner… Fearlessly!
“We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.” – Albert Einstein It’s time to be a little direct. There is something wrong with the middle class. Politicians, theorists, and writers tell us time and time again, that the middle class is the social class that matters most. “Depending on the class model used, the middle class … Continue reading What’s With the Middle Class? (The Monday Fits)
“I say there is no darkness but ignorance.” William Shakespeare It’s been a while since I’ve been actually upset for a Monday Fit, but I am today and I have been fuming for quite a bit. I posted only a quote from Ms. Virginia Woolf last week, because I hadn’t quite formed my thoughts into my brain, because all I could see was red. One … Continue reading How Ignorant is Your Bliss (The Monday Fits)
“If a law is unjust, a man is not only right to disobey, he’s obligated to do so” – Thomas Jefferson Since the story broke about the same-sex marriage fiasco in Alabama, my mind has been kind of in a frenzy. The story infuriates me on so many levels that I see red. I mean in 2015, the fact there were judges who were trying … Continue reading Sweet Home Alabama: The Litmus Test of America
As the year closes, there a number of different topics that I find bubbling up in my mind. But what I find that happens all too often, are the issues that are most important, where the passion overflows are closer to “first-world problems” than pressing matters. You know the problems from living in a wealthy, industrialized nation that third worlders roll their eyes. These really … Continue reading The Monday Fits: First World Faux Pas All Around
What I am about to say may be coming from left field, and I may be totally out of the ballpark, but I just have a bone to pick and mostly with my fellow ladies. I wrote about Bill Cosby about 4 weeks ago, (click: here ), at the time, the allegations against Mr. Cosby felt like pure speculation. But one thing that always puzzles … Continue reading The Monday Fits: Episode 5
“Our privacy is important and a fundamental freedom given to us by our founding fathers. But in the same token, I Americans safety is important to the survival of this country.”… which is more important Continue reading Privacy? …. Do You Want It?
“Do what you feel in your heart to be right, you’ll be criticized anyway. You’ll be damned if you do, damned if you don’t” – Eleanor Roosevelt The art of critiquing and judgement can be mastered by a skillful commentator who can provide insightful instruction that provides positive change in a person, group or an ideal. However, a critique can be weak and distract … Continue reading The Monday Fits: Episode 4