What’s that old saying? “If you believe in nothing, you’ll fall for anything?” Yeah, that’s it. Well I’ll be doggone if there ain’t a great deal of truth in that statement. Sometimes the most obvious and least complicated truth is so transparent it is not seen even while it is staring one in the face.
Politics is a funny world. If you are good at Whack-a-Mole you could be a politician. Microtargeting decision making is whacking whatever issue pops up and keep the moles/issues down until the next election. I don’t expect a lot of wisdom to be on display in the halls of congress. So who is the smartest? We may find the smartest person at the arcade instead of Harvard.
In my practice, I have worked with hundreds of women. Many struggle to maintain their autonomy and integrity. Even powerful women often hide their personal truths. They are having affairs, drinking and neglecting their children’s and their own needs. They are angry, afraid, lonely and terrified to damage their self-sufficient images or rock the boat of security. They remain in passionless marriages and careers that look good “on paper.” What is the answer to this compromising state of affairs?
Each part of this country has its own vocabulary foibles. I lived in Missouri for a time and could never see why everyone there insisted wanted to pronounce it “Mizzur-ah.” As one friend pointed out you don’t call the river the “Mississipp-ah” did you? No, the letter “I” at the end of the word means it’s an “eee” sound so it is and should always be “Missouree.” That’s the end of that story. Of course people down there also talk about taking highway “farty” instead of forty.
Mankind has walked on the moon and we still have yet to understand the beast that rages war and ignores the hungry and illiterate. We claim American education is the most important commodity a child can have and yet, over the last decade, approximately 350,000-500,000 students in grades 10th through 12th left school each year without successfully completing a high school program, according to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) reports on high school dropout and completion rate through 24-year-olds in the United States in 2000. In October some million young adults were not enrolled in a high school program and had political communications company not completed high school.
With any round the world trip planner technique comes an element of pinning the tail on the donkey. Such is the scope of embarking on a project of this size that without proper research beforehand your round the world trip planner efforts will end up a big mess.
I know how stressful planning a trip can be – small things can get in the way of what really should be a hassle-free experience, and money can be tight.