I was always taught that two wrongs don’t make a right. If a bully picks on my son, that doesn’t give him the right to go pick on someone else. If a man robs my house, that doesn’t give me … Continue reading
For people to be heard, they must first be respected. When others respect you, your voice will be heard and people will listen. Until then, your words are nothing but noise. This post is for One-Liner Wednesday and the Daily … Continue reading
There are between 470,000 – 1,005,366 words in the English language, depending on which resource you look at. So why do people feel it’s necessary to use one swear word for every five words spoken? During a recent visit to … Continue reading
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“Let me never fall into the vulgar mistake of dreaming that I am persecuted whenever I am contradicted.” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson This post is for One-Liner Wednesday, hosted by LindaGHill.