Dollars and cents are important but so are fundamental human rights. One without the other makes life difficult. With everything there should be balance. It’s also important to realize that the economy is fluid and can challenge us but not at the expense of life and liberty for all. We must adapt and move forward. It’s the best way to go.
Religious head coverings such as a hijab or yarmulke are worn out of love and devotion. In some countries, religious laws require women to wear hijabs and it shouldn’t be like that. It should be an option and would have more meaning if free will was the case.
In Iran, a twenty-two-year-old woman was beaten for shedding her hijab and later died. That is a horrible tragedy and now the women of Iran are protesting. I support those women who are standing up for themselves there.
Right now it’s hard to be a woman because religious zealots desire to control their lives. They also face abuse and violence. Women deserve better, they deserve respect, and they deserve freedom to choose in a myriad of ways.
Let freedom ring for our mothers, sisters, wives, cousins, friends, and others. It’s the 21st century after all or so we thought.
Slow and steady doesn’t always win the race but helps you complete it. Finishing what you start means more in the long run.
It’s better to have been on a journey than a competition. Let’s do good stuff today. Have a great day.
I think it’s cool to share your opinions online. What is not cool is to be toxic or destructive. There’s too much of that going on these days. A good critique is acceptable. Being personal and tearing down someone who doesn’t deserve it is not.
People who are in the limelight for horrible things need to be held accountable. We all must be mindful to be kind and remember someone works hard on the things they care a lot about, no need in harming them.
The Internet can be fun but most times it’s a grownup tool to pay bills and manage one’s life. It does make things easier to do a lot of things. Of course, it provides its own share of complications from what I hear.
The thing about problems is that they are meant to be solved or attempted to be solved. Usually, there are other problems that follow. Solving a problem or series of them can help you accomplish great things. Sometimes resolving problems can get you home or get you to the next thing in life. Whatever your problems are I hope they get solved or become less.
We live in wonky times. Sure there’s inflation and stuff is more expensive these days among other economic situations. It’s a burden we are all experiencing, no one is immune. Let’s be grateful for what we have. And learn from history when things were much worse.
We have a pandemic we are continuing to live with. Also Vladimir Putin decided to use Russia’s armed forces to attack Ukraine. The world can’t seem to catch a break. Humanity needs one.
Be kind to others and yourself while you are at it. We are all in this thing together. Life will be better that way.
Uncertainty is a fact of reality. Do we always have confidence in our decisions, I would say no. Certainty is tricky but uncertainty seems to be a safe way forward. However, being uncertain is like a security blanket and you don’t have to move forward. The best thing one can do about uncertainty is to get as much info as you can and evolve as things change. Living in uncertain times hopefully can shape us into the best versions of ourselves. The only certainty in this life is uncertainty.