Tag Archives: Golden Rule

Bare Buttocks, Barren Soul

[As a follow-up to Wednesday’s post, here is one from the archives on a time my son and I found ourselves challenged to help a stranger.] *** I went out to lunch with my son on Tuesday. As we left the … Continue reading

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Making Peace With Your Mistakes

Stumbling comes easy to me. When I was young, if I fell to the ground all I wanted was for no one to have noticed. I wanted to get up quickly and act like it never happened. “Nothing to see … Continue reading

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Chivalry is Dead? It’s About Time

[I’m guest posting at Laura Droege’s blog today about chivalry, the Bible, cats and P.G. Wodehouse. Here’s the first bit.] *** I’ve taken it on the chin more than once when I’ve opined that chivalry is bunk. Some people respond … Continue reading

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Five Ways To Handle People You Disagree With

There are two types of people on the internet: 1) Those who agree with me. 2) Those who disagree with me. Still, do they all need a response from me? Is it my job to set everyone else straight? Engagement … Continue reading

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The Difference Between Ethics, Lawfulness and Doing Good

Just because something’s legal doesn’t make it right. Just because everyone else approves doesn’t make it good. Just because you can doesn’t mean you should. Ethics and Law Judges not only have to follow the law; we have to be … Continue reading

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