Here's another one of my thoughts about Humans in Animal Skin or is it Animals in Human Skin. In a recent post I described the Honeybadger, one of my fav animals. Today, the animal I want to describe is THE MEERKAT.
Here's a good description I found on the web:
The meerkat is a small mammal that inhabits the Kalahari Desert in Southern Africa. Meerkats are highly social animals that live in groups called a "mob" or "gang".
Sometimes an individual meerkat
I recently stumbled upon an old thread (I can't locate it now) where someone had asked the village to weigh in on being faced with the choice of dating, I don't recall if it was dating or marrying really, a single parent. My comment there included something to the tune of asking myself if that's my last resort. Reading the above alone, it reads like I am not sensitive to the plights of any parent caught in, or being judgmental of, single parenthood. Far from it. How can I? I will share my own "lessons
That day when we went to visit KJ, we made her take a break from training and go to lunch with us. Did I not tell you she needed me? Had I not asked my friends to let us pay her a visit, we wouldn't have met him.
"Ha! KJ you have hit the jackpot", Shade once said when their relationship got serious. I wanted to be irritated that she thought it was spectacular that KJ would find a man... but she really did hit the jackpot, I couldn't deny it. He wasn't just any man. He was the man. Well-traveled,
Long before that long-awaited day came...
When KJ came to this world, she brought misfortune with her, some insist. How could she have? I don't know any more about the time they speak of than KJ, but I take umbrage at the insinuation. I made it my sole responsibility to look after her all of my life. I shielded her from challenges so much that some say I prevented her from maturing. But wouldn't you if you were in my shoes?
I have lost friends because of KJ, and the ones
Updated Oct 17, 2012 at 09:55 PM by Anike
From two years ago, I ran into this.
I almost do not remember writing it, but I like it much!
Originally Posted by Auspicious
*ps: update @ Shoko; I just read your post after posting this.
Obugi, Valteena, ALL - here is my view again:
In my humble opinion, religion - the need to believe in a Supreme, All-Knowing Being - derives from the natural desire of humans to find answers in a world full of unsolved questions. Humans are naturally