Category Archives: Social Commentary

How to Leave Your Head and Enter Your Heart

Just Pondering Part 772

Fancy PenSome of us have forced ourselves to do certain things in the past; which resulted in a negative outcome.

Dear friends, the really good things in life aren’t forced; they take their time to flourish; for example: plants and trees don’t ever force to grow (as a matter of fact, that is not the way of Nature), yet out of our ignorance, we try to force things at times.

Everything happens in due course, Dear Ones.

The only force that we should really concern ourselves with is, the Force of Nature and not the other one where we try to make things happen before their time.

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Shane Dawson tweets me & calls me a Bitch! + Food I ate today

Wouldn’t It Be Cool If Google Blogger Had A Like Button?

LikeHere is the link to the latest article on my other blog: Wouldn’t It Be Cool If Google Blogger Had A Like Button?

Are You A Determined Blogger?

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7 Things You Didn’t Know About The Plant Based Diet

Just Pondering Part 771

wordpress.jpgEven though I occasionally complain about WordPress upgrades, I like WordPress a lot; I wouldn’t dream of abandoning my blog here.

I am rather fond of the WordPress community, because they are warm and friendly.

It is just that I want the engineering staff of WordPress to do some research into what we would like done (or not done) with our Dashboard, or other features before doing crazy upgrades that so many of us are not appreciative of.

Well, I guess these are the kinds of things that we go through when we use the free version of WordPress; I am given the impression that we have absolutely no say in the matter.

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Is Google Moody?

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5 Things That Will Make You Happy With A Twist

Just Pondering Part 770

Pen 1When was the last time you fell asleep in front of your computer? Well, I haven’t done that in quite a while (And, I don’t think that I should ever have the cause to do such a thing in the future).

In most instances, I leave off whatever I am doing to hit the proverbial sack when I am sleepy.

I learnt over a long period that the computer is not going to runaway and that it is going to be there to use when I wake up.

Part of being a balanced person is knowing when I had enough and falling asleep in front of the computer is a sure sign of burning the figurative candle at both ends.

There is the old saying, “Never overdo a good thing.”

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