The two type of thinkers: Future Thinkers and Present Thinkers

Which do you fall into? We all know or at least know of someone who is rich. For now, let’s just define a person with wealth as an individual who doesn’t live paycheck to paycheck- they can sleep comfortably at night with no financial stress. Now these people would be considered upper class. Surely, since… Continue reading The two type of thinkers: Future Thinkers and Present Thinkers

How to satisfy the neglected soul

The traditional way of satisfying the soul has gone away. Our culture now embraces other forms of feeding this need: exotic vacations, extreme sports, fancy meal preps, yoga and even working out seems to be in the main stream nowadays. A connection between mind and body. Trying to solve this emptiness of the soul with… Continue reading How to satisfy the neglected soul

The power of kindness at the gym (and everywhere else)

“When you don’t see much meaning in what you do, you won’t bring much value to what you do.”   The time I typically check into the gym always seems to be rush hour. Everyone wants to run at the time I do. Creating a packed-smelly cardio room. Or how about the seasonal gym goers?… Continue reading The power of kindness at the gym (and everywhere else)

What’s so great about Patriotism?

Growing up in a poor neighborhood, I just knew there had to be something great beyond this noise of pain. The crying. The fights. The crime. The agony. Children had no fathers. Young boys who were desperate to regain and cling onto their masculinity, admire the life of a criminal. This criminal behavior help feed… Continue reading What’s so great about Patriotism?

The 3 lies constantly told about the Republican Party

If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed.     Growing up, if there were anything that was taught to me. The one thing that is clear. That all the people in my upbringing, despite how different they might have been…they were united  on this one principle.… Continue reading The 3 lies constantly told about the Republican Party

Men who are physically stronger are more likely to be right wing

Training with my husband. Who is both physically strong and right wing. Man leaves his cave. Man hunts. Man kills his food. Man drags his food back to the cave. Man doesn’t depend on no one, especially a government, to do this. Mike Tyson who just endorsed Trump 50 Cent. Bradly Martin. Steve Cook. CT… Continue reading Men who are physically stronger are more likely to be right wing

The (insulting) hypocrisy with White Privilege

What is White Privilege? According to Wikipedia, White Privilege is a term for societal privileges that benefit people identified as white in Western countries, beyond what is commonly experienced by non-white people under the same social, political, or economic circumstances. Then to expand on this definition, according to Peggy McIntosh, “whites and white skinned people in Western… Continue reading The (insulting) hypocrisy with White Privilege

Yum! Dominican Protein Cake

I once was asked by a member of my husband’s Indian family: “What is the difference with Dominican cake? Isn’t cake… cake?” I was completely shocked. Is this coming from someone from an Indian background? That is just as silly as me saying “What’s the difference with Chicken Curry? Isn’t Chicken…chicken?” But surely there is… Continue reading Yum! Dominican Protein Cake

Why is the secular left wing so attracted to Global Warming?

Yes, I know. It is no longer called “Global Warming.” It is now Climate Change! Ah, yes. I should not insult Climate Change, and I better keep myself updated if I want to be part of this modern world. But there is nothing modern with this concept of Climate Change. It was used for many… Continue reading Why is the secular left wing so attracted to Global Warming?