Monthly Archives: June 2013

On how I really don’t know what I’m talking about – the seeking of inspiration, ‘active knowing’, and character

I’ve always said that I really don’t know what I’m talking about. This is true. Most of what I say is not really what “I” think.  This is because most of what I say comes from what I call ‘inspiration’.  … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the problem of the ‘soap opera housewife’ and the ‘social media female’ – “The media absorption”

While thinking some time ago I found myself saying something interesting.  In many ways, this is a continuation of an article I wrote called “Thoughts on the new ‘social media’ female – the degradation of the female and mother???“.  How true … Continue reading

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The problem of the ‘Modern Originators’: ‘Modern Envy’, ‘Modern Entitlement’, ‘Entitlers’, ‘The Great Dilution’, and the ‘Modern Insufficiency Complex’

Every so often I have thoughts that I’m not sure what to make of or what they mean.  I cannot say how true they are if there is any relevence in them.  Despite this, they seem interesting enough to write down.   Here are … Continue reading

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