“One week, one trouble” is the title of a teen’s novel written in the early seventies by a certain Nigerian author. How apt these words are – if used to describe the present challenges of our nation – when we look at the onslaught of bad news spreading across our land. 529 more words
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Questions about happiness generally assume that we know what a happy life looks like. Happiness is understood to be a matter of having a great many ducks lined up in a row — spouse, offspring, private property, erotic experiences — even though a millisecond of reflection will bring to mind countless people who have all those things and are still miserable.
“I can promise you he is not President Perfect. Now did he have an affair with this woman? I have no clue, but I believe that 70 years of age, the president is a much different person today than he was four years ago, five years ago, ten years ago, or whatever, and we just have to give the man the benefit of the doubt. 464 more words