Excellence can be a virtue, but it depends on where it is applied. You probably know someone, if not you, who is a champion at worrying. Excellence at worrying leads its victim to a point where he/she worries about the fact that there is nothing to worry about! This person gets scared when life seems … Continue reading The Excellent Worrier
I was born into a society where no one ever died from natural causes; they had to have been killed by someone else. A 170-year old could die and those left to mourn would be looking for people to accuse of killing the deceased, often through witchcraft. It had to be someone from the village … Continue reading A Culture of Accusation?
I went to boarding school for High School. More like middle school and high school, but for us, it was all together referred to as Secondary School. So for 6 years, each year was a total of 9 months in school and 3 months at home. And no, I was not unloved by my parents: … Continue reading Your Moving Target