Tag Archive: discrimination

perfection

If humankind is good, why haven’t there been any perfect people down through history we can look to and emulate? I was asked this question recently in response to my opposition to defining… Continue reading

the ethical upper hand

I recently turned down a speaking engagement simply on the CHANCE that there would be men in the audience. Is there a simple and pure moral and ethical code that humans can live… Continue reading

new political landscape

“There’s no-one to choose from!” Ah, politics! Who on earth wants to sit through endless, mind-numbing meetings going over minute details on unemployment strategies, economic policies, health reforms, obscure laws …? A list… Continue reading