Monthly Archives: December 2022

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By | December 31, 2022

[December 31, 2022] Since this year is coming to a close, and after more than eight years of blogging, I wondered what I should write about on this last day of 2022.  As regular readers know, about six months ago, I shifted focus from senior leadership to pursuing truth.  Wherever that led would be a true adventure and… Read More »

Ask, and It Will Be Given

By | December 30, 2022

[December 30, 2022]  Some people succeed in life, achieving fame, family, and riches.  And others fail.  So many fail because they don’t actually figure out what they want.  And the probability that you will get what would be good for you, or even greater than what you might want, is zero.  Why?  Because you don’t try. “Ask, and… Read More »

Want to Help Women and Families?

By | December 27, 2022

[December 27, 2022]  Helping women and families is one of the pinnacles of a prosperous society and countries that implement policies encouraging this help are to be praised.  Hungary is highlighted today for its success in promoting women and families.  Their laws can best be described as pro-family. Hungary’s Fundamental Law (i.e., its Constitution), adopted in 2011, sees… Read More »

Should we go to Church?

By | December 26, 2022

[December 26, 2022]  Rule 49 of my new book (see link below) says, “Remember Your Faith.”  In just over 300 words, I wrote about the importance of connecting with your religious origins and why I believe you should.  The chapter is one I get many comments about, and today, I’ll address this issue from a different direction; should… Read More »

Merry Christmas from The Honeymooners

By | December 24, 2022

[December 24, 2022]  Looking back on the many television shows I watched growing up, one of my favorites was The Honeymooners, starring Jackie Gleason.  The show follows the lives of New York City bus driver Ralph Kramden (Gleason), his wife Alice, Ralph’s best friend Ed Norton and Ed’s wife, Trixie.  Most episodes revolve around Ralph’s poor choices in… Read More »

The Female Hero Myth

By | December 23, 2022

[December 23, 2022]  Modern movies are awful.  They often have a “female hero” (the perfect hero without flaw, fear, or blemish) substituting for the male hero, who traditionally rides in to save the day.  These modern movies have failed at the box office.  I’m not surprised at all.  Here is something to think about, something about the real… Read More »