Happiness is an important subject. The way I see it, happiness is like a campfire. If you add more wood, the fire burns brighter (happier). If you take some out, the fire diminishes (less happy). But if you do nothing at all, the fire tapers off anyway, meaning you have to find new, happy events just to stay in the same place.
Author: Jennifer Freeman
Macroethics Macroethics is looking at the big picture. Macroethics is working for the greater good of all rather than just your own needs and comforts. […] Read More
Once again I’m going to talk about current events in the United States. Perhaps I should be more concerned with the scene in Europe where […] Read More
Global warming can no longer be denied. The average world temperature has been slowly rising for decades. We have known about this for a long […] Read More
Well, it’s happened. SCOTUS has dropped the big one by overturning the Roe vs. Wade decision of 1973. In one fell swoop, 49 years of […] Read More
Many households across the world have enhanced their lives with a household pet. But what pet should you get? Everybody knows that cats and dogs […] Read More
On Thursday 24 February 2022, Ukraine was invaded by troops from the Russian Federation. The rationale was that two provences in Eastern Ukraine, Donesk and […] Read More
There’s a dangerous “cure” for diseases, and it refuses to go away, no matter how thoroughly it has been debunked. Find what you need to know about MMS in this article.
When I got tired of writing scribbles that no one could read, including me, I developed my Speedwriting system. It’s not shorthand or anything cryptic like that, just ordinary writing that anybody can read.
Baba Ramdev has declared that allopathy is a “stupid and bankrupt science”, and that it does not offer patients the best chance of a permanent cure. The IMA says otherwise.