I've been writing this blog for the past 10 years and have been happy to share with you my ideas and thinking. It has been a very tumultuous time in our global history and I hope my blogs helped you put some of it in perspective, and gave you some inspiration and ideas to think … Continue reading My Final Blog
I have titled this blog "The Palestinian Situation" because truthfully, that's what it is. It's not the Israel/Palestinian situation anymore than a bullying situation is a situation between the bully and its victim. There is no equality or needs to create equality between a bully and its victim, as blame doesn't need to be shared. … Continue reading The Palestinian Situation
People may think I'm a snob because I'm very anti low-class culture and its power in our status quo. This is not true; being anti low class isn't about being a snob or classist. Low classness is not a real issue, as opposed to issues such as poverty and equal opportunity which are. Class inequality … Continue reading Low Classness: The Threat That Cannot Be Ignored
Last night's State of the Union address given by President Trump talked the talk, as usual, about building bridges and creating a unified United States of America for the people again. At the same time, it agreed to no concession to liberals and Democrats and stuck mainly by the wrongful aim to "build the wall". … Continue reading On Building Political Bridges
Veganuary is a movement that has really taken off in the past few years. This year there are more than 300,000 new signers on, a great sign of veganism's growing popularity and inclusion in mainstream culture. I went vegan in 2008 after three years of transitioning from a omnivore to a vegetarian to then mostly … Continue reading Happy #Veganuary!
This is a blog about abuse and how abusers use the feeling of belonging to groom their victims. If you are a survivor of abuse, you may be triggered. I hope you will find comfort and healing as well here, and that this blog will help you on your recovery and healing journey. One way … Continue reading On Belonging