My mother didn’t like milk as a child. Her dad (my grandfather) would say, “Donna, drink your milk. Puts hair on your chest.” She thought this was great and would drink her milk. She used the same approach on my little sister. [Read more…] about Goofy Things We Used to Believe
People say that we live in more polarized times than “ever before.” I doubt that. The political view fracturing in the US is hardly unique in US history – there was a War of Independence and then a Civil War, after all. There are conflicts and tensions around the world, just as in every time in history. I agree with my friend who fears what kind of external threat would be required before people could be unified. “Maybe we would benefit from an alien invasion,” he points out.
Fear is actually a gift in disguise, and here’s why: