“Punishment”


Punishment is a form of revenge for victims who suffers directly from an offense. However, others who become aware of the offense, by sight or knowledge usually voice their opinions and desires to see some a form of punishment. Hence the statement, crime against humanity, we all suffer. Since the beginning of time punishments have become the norm to correct certain heinous behaviors although most … Continue reading “Punishment”

“Fork”


Forks in the road take place every moment, hour, and day throughout life Decisions can be simple or life-changing like, do you order pancakes or waffles or do you marry or not marry, and should you wear underwear or not wear underwear. Procrastination is usually the result or annoyance to others, hence the saying, “Sh*% or get off the pot.” Either way, remember to enjoy … Continue reading “Fork”

“Polite Company”


In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Polite Company.” “It’s never a good idea to discuss religion or politics with people you don’t really know.” Agree or disagree? For over ten years I worked at my father’s business, and there was an important rule for customers and employees to neither discuss or debate politics or religion. Because of the rule, I believe friendships have lasted for decades. … Continue reading “Polite Company”

“Agree to Disagree”


In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Agree to Disagree.” Do you have a good friend or close relative with whom you disagree on a major issue (political, personal, cultural)? What’s the issue, and how do you make the relationship work? I have many family members, and lifelong friends for whom I disagree with on many issues of politics, religion, and parenting just to … Continue reading “Agree to Disagree”