Tags » Fairness

Making Choices

We all make choices, all day and every day. There are the little choices like what to wear, what to eat, where to shop. But what about the bigger choices such as buying a new car, moving house, taking a holiday and many other big choices. 241 more words

Why do some teachers feel leaders have favourites?

It’s not just students who feel teachers have favourites – teachers can feel this too.

Rightly or wrongly, this is what some teachers conclude. I have been wondering why and think it could be because of: 429 more words


losing (the) balance (of fairness)

When in Washington, DC, I almost never drive. In and around my Capitol Hill church and office, I can walk nearly everywhere. When having to go farther afield, I usually use the Metro subway system. 423 more words


Its fair.......

A few weeks ago I had a very quick chat with middle girl about consequences for poor behavior, being fair. Now I know a lot of adopted children struggle with ’cause and effect’ thinking but I thought I’d give it a go any way. 470 more words


Shoftim (Deut. 16:18 - 21:9)

No matter what your encouraging teachers told you, there are indeed stupid questions.  Examples from Yahoo Answers, compiled by BuzzFeed:

“I know it’s bad to look at the sun, but what if I took a picture of it with my phone?  1,508 more words

The Constitution then and now

It is no accident that the United States Constitution is one of the great expressions of liberty ever written and the model for developing countries countless times. 258 more words


a 16-word life's lesson

My godfather, Elwood Randol, was a raconteur. Erudite and possessed of a playfully sardonic spirit.

As a child, I was an inveterate questioner, oft, doubtless annoyingly to others, about the obvious. 245 more words