Have you tried asking children how old they are? After that brief moment when they make sure they have it right, children will look you straight in the eye, pronounce the number, and sometimes will accompany that number with their fingers. Then go ahead and ask someone above the age of 30 the same question. You'll be lucky if you get an answer right away. Most people, above the age of 30, will look you in the eye for a while before letting a couple of numbers leave their lips. During that moment, instead of recalling the age to make sure it's right, that person is thinking whether to give you the real age or not. Silly is not the right word to describe it. It's stupid. Why the need to hesitate or even lie about your age? Since when did age become something to be ashamed of?Read More
Sometimes, in spending time with what we don't like we find reminders of our true self, of who we are in our core.
Sometimes, in spending time with what we don't like we find life, beauty, and dreams.
Sometimes, in spending time with what we don't like we are reminded to always look beyond the cover.
Sometimes, in spending time with what we don't like we learn or re-learn something important to us.Read More