Tag Archives: Cynicism

Four Things Our Grandchildren Are Going to Be Ashamed Of

Have you ever looked back in history at things people did and asked yourself, “How the hell did they think that was okay?!?” As a kid learning about U.S. history, I remember thinking, “You mean to tell me that women … Continue reading

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How To Keep Yourself From Becoming A Cynical A-Hole

“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, “Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, … Continue reading

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When Cynicism Makes Way Too Much Sense

You probably didn’t notice–maybe a few of you did–but I’ve been away for a while. It’s been almost a month since I’ve written anything here, and I feel like my lack of writing has been a little bit dishonest. I’ve … Continue reading

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Thoughts And Prayers About The Boston Marathon Bombing

There was a bomb that went off here in Nashville too. A bomb was detonated inside of a little school called Hattie Cotton Elementary a little over 55 years ago. It went off one day after President Eisenhower signed The … Continue reading

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Blogs, Birthdays and Bullshit

It has been exactly one year since I have started this blog. Today is my one year bloggiversary! When I started this, I honestly didn’t think I would keep doing it. Ever since I was a kid, the surest way to … Continue reading

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