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Survival of the Fittest

They say life is difficult. There’s competition out there, in every stage of life. In the work sphere, it’s ‘survival of the fittest’ to the highest measure. 217 more words

Who are we to judge

Charles Darwin was born into a moderately wealthy family in Shrewsbury. His father, Robert, had the largest medical practice outside of London at the time and his mother, Susannah Wedgwood, was from the family of wealthy pottery manufacturers. 591 more words

Ramblings

Henry A. Giroux: Beyond the Spectacle of Neoliberal Misery and Violence in the Age of Terrorism

Dark Times for Democracy

By HENRY A. GIROUX   counterpunch.org   August 25, 2014

The spectacle of violence and terrorism looms large in the post 9/11 world. As the recent beheading of James Foley by Islamic extremists makes clear, mass-mediated terrorism is now joined with the spectacle of violence, torture, and beheadings so as to open up a new space in which politics is shaped by the regressive morality of ideological fundamentalism, willfully degenerating into pathology. 2,937 more words

Globalization/Empire

The Fittest

I am at once, conflicted

With thoughts, both

Empathy and disdain

 

When I wonder at the

Shortcomings

Uttered of your name

 

Are you to be pitied? 11 more words

Poetry

The Vultures!

Feeding time at our place is a bit of a competition. Survival of the fittest, if you’re not fast you’re last and you snooze you lose, common words of wisdom relating to our dinner table. 349 more words

Parenting

Poisoned survival instincts

Our most basic desire as a human is to survive.  That is normal.  God gave us that desire so we wouldn’t fall off of cliffs and run out in front of trucks on the highway.  1,304 more words

Wisdom