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Thoughts on an aspect of parenting – the growing dependency on the “social parent”

Here’s a thought I had: I should first point out that this article involves parenting and that I am not a parent. I certainly would not describe myself as all that knowledgeable about parenting.  But this puts me in a … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the male and female “world” – creating a ‘living environment’ . . . and its fall in the modern world

The male and female are different people with different qualities and traits.  As a result, each contributes different traits to society and life.  It is not far from the truth to say that the male and female create, on their … Continue reading

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“Speaking of a casual conversation on the bus . . .” with some remarks on how previous generations are leaving the following generations little in the way of identity and relationships

“Speaking of a casual conversation on the bus . . . “ A sort-of-a-story by Mike Michelsen It was just a regular work day.  Nothing unusual, perhaps even boring.  As I do everyday, I hopped onto bus 248 to take me home.  I must … Continue reading

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