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This, Gentlemen, Is Why You’re Losing the Culture War… You’re Beginning to Get a Taste of Our Anger

  I have a small business involving some commercial property. I am the majority owner with a minority-owning business partner. My business partner has added immeasurably to the business by bringing his own skillset and ideas to the table, combining them with mine into a greater whole.   I live in the South. Not the… Continue reading This, Gentlemen, Is Why You’re Losing the Culture War… You’re Beginning to Get a Taste of Our Anger

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What to Do With that Voice of Constant Questions…

It’s raining quite heavily today outside my Western North Carolina home. I can only occasionally see the mountain normally present outside the front window though, of course, I know it’s there. It’s preferring to take a quiet day, nestled down amongst the clouds and rain.   Days like this are both a boon and a… Continue reading What to Do With that Voice of Constant Questions…

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Alienation is Our Greatest Obstacle – We’ve Got to Stop Making Each Other Feel Small

You’ve done it.   I’ve done it.   We’ve all been there.   The stresses of the day make us feel overwhelmed. We’ve got families, jobs, obligations, worries, hopes, dreams, and a whole lot of aggravations.   The cashier at the store fumbles.   The person in the car in front of us is distracted… Continue reading Alienation is Our Greatest Obstacle – We’ve Got to Stop Making Each Other Feel Small

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The Bombardment of Questions and the Teachers Who Encouraged Them

Questions make many people uncomfortable. I’ve often noticed, like the proverbial dog with a bone, when I get hooked on a topic, whether in conversation or on my own, as I begin asking tons of questions, some folks become extremely uncomfortable or defensive.   I will admit that in the past, my zeal led to… Continue reading The Bombardment of Questions and the Teachers Who Encouraged Them