What if we lived in a world where age didn’t matter? No one would ever ask, “How old are you?” The notion of being too old or too young would just go away. Judgements about each other would rest on abilities, maturity, experiences, and our capacity to handle whatever needs handled. At least it’s something […]
Are you interested in a little strategy you can use to increase your make a difference quotient? It may work for you or maybe not, but it’s definitely something worth considering.
Are you up tight and frustrated? Are things spinning out of control? Are the walls closing in? If not, good for you. But if your answer is “Yes,” here is something worth considering.
Asking what happened to our political moral compass assumes that we used to have a moral compass. But assuming that we did, I wonder if it disappeared or just quit working. I suspect it is mostly still there but is no longer pointing where we expect it to point. What is going on? I think […]
In principle, shoplifting is not good; but alternatively, the shoplifting principle is well worth understanding and applying now and then. Have a listen and see if you agree that it’s something worth considering.
I have been working to improve Something Worth Considering for you. It now has its own website and its own domain: https://SomethingWorthConsidering.com. This episode is only to test that everything is working correctly. To do that, I have included a fun musical selection by Kevin MacLeod and included here under Creative Commons license. You can […]
Do you know what cutting the cord is? For this episode of Something Worth Considering, cord cutting is doing away with cable TV. More to the point, it is doing away with the cable TV bill each month. There are several ways to cut the cord and I have one for you to consider.
Ask yourself, “Who helped me succeed?” Even better, who have you helped succeed? More to the point, who have you helped succeed today? In there is the answer to the question, “Are you a leader?”
Politicians tell us that they are standing firm on the issues, on what; but that is seldom the case. It’s usually just an arguement over how much.
Is it possible to be prejudice-free? I doubt it.