Extreme ways of thinking often cause us to dig ourselves into a very deep hole. I’ve done that myself quite a number of times, ending up in some very uncomfortable places. I do hope that my hole-digging days are over, but then again, just like you, I’m an imperfect human being—so hopefully there are going… Read More Money and Happiness: The Confounding Factor, Part II
Our tendency to shield our children from frustration isn’t helping them–quite the contrary. The case is made for allow frustration into their lives.
If marriage is meant to create families—i.e. the building blocks of society—then weddings are part of the process in which societies are built. And interestingly enough, I find that even weddings that are not organised with community building in mind bring people together and develop strong bonds between them like few other events can. I… Read More Weddings Bells and Community Building