Posts Tagged: philosophy

Jealousy vs. Envy

They mean 2 different things, yet are used synonymously when teaching morals.  When we are jealous, it is because some other entity appears to “possess” something that we desire for ourselves.  When we are envious, we have much deeper beliefs

Jealousy vs. Envy

They mean 2 different things, yet are used synonymously when teaching morals.  When we are jealous, it is because some other entity appears to “possess” something that we desire for ourselves.  When we are envious, we have much deeper beliefs

My Mama said…

“If you haven’t found it, then you must not be looking hard enough.” Words can be terribly confusing to a child.  We use the same ones to mean different things (depending on context).  A young child may be able to

My Mama said…

“If you haven’t found it, then you must not be looking hard enough.” Words can be terribly confusing to a child.  We use the same ones to mean different things (depending on context).  A young child may be able to

Double-edged Sword-Fishsticks and Col. Mustard

Whatever I didn’t learn from my Mom, I probably picked up from watching Dr. Who, or maybe from my Dad (although I’m certain there must be more people). The simple solution is NOT always (and almost never) the easy solution.

Double-edged Sword-Fishsticks and Col. Mustard

Whatever I didn’t learn from my Mom, I probably picked up from watching Dr. Who, or maybe from my Dad (although I’m certain there must be more people). The simple solution is NOT always (and almost never) the easy solution.

Hello world!

So, I always said I would do this, and haven’t ever gotten around to it. Well, I have gotten around to it, but I wrote it on paper, 8 or 9 years ago.  It might be around here somewhere.  I’ll

Hello world!

So, I always said I would do this, and haven’t ever gotten around to it. Well, I have gotten around to it, but I wrote it on paper, 8 or 9 years ago.  It might be around here somewhere.  I’ll