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On #WorldBookDay let us remember that the majority of people in the world do not have the right to read what they want, or say what they want, or wear what they want. Censorship and oppression are on the march, and … Continue reading
I just used the word “behoove” in a conversation. And no I wasn’t transported back to Victorian England. But it was an apropos use, for that apropos moment. What I realized, as soon as I stepped away from the discourse, … Continue reading
Tagged alternative facts, culture, education, fake news, freedom, handwriting-brain connection, humanity, language, liberty, on words, post truth, rote learning, society, sticktoitiveness, thought, work
Catastrophizing to view or talk about (an event or situation) as worse than it actually is, or as if it were a catastrophe The new Trump Administration is to take the reigns of governance on Friday. Many are happy. … Continue reading
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Tagged catastrophizing, Constitution, founding fathers, freedom, Hamilton, hellspawn, liberty, mental health, Obama, Trump, USA, write your story