Latest season of the excellent show "Fargo" had a character point out, "it is happiness which ultimately all that matters, isn't it". Granted, he was the villain. But a wise
One day, not so long ago, someone used this phrase while we were discussing all sorts of strange matters on the now long closed down, but once excellent subforum "dreams
President Trump is proposing we build the wall and make it solar powered.
Long story short: I believe the major mainstream flaw is an over evaluation of "knowledge" or information taken in by people.
As the saying goes, 'it is not what people
. . . we never grow!
When you encounter another person, particularly a stranger, do you see just an object? Something to fear? Something to be used? Something standing in your way?
For awhile when I was in college I kept dreaming I had missed a half a semester of classes of a subject I needed to take in order to graduate.
I would love to get into playing video games. But as long as I can find walkthroughs on the internet, it's better than wasting my time playing. I would
If you were interviewing for a new friend and could only ask them three questions, what three questions would you ask them?
Are people becoming more afraid of each other?