Monthly Archives: May 2013

Hoarding.

In their curious efforts to call everything that is not “normal” an illness psychiatrists have now classified hoarding as an illness; an act that is liable to cause more mental illness. ☺

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Terrorism old and new.

The terrorism being perpetrated by errant Muslim believers in the present does not compare with that perpetrated by Christian believers a few hundred years ago when it was officially and openly sanctioned. ☺

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Ignorant preaching.

If preachings from a standpoint of ignorance make one a better person the preachings have been worthwhile as a means to an end. ☺

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Hatred is a cancer.

Hatred is a cancer of the mind that cannot be cured by medical science but can be cured by understanding its primary cause. ☺

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Ill-gotten gains.

Those giving away ill-gotten gains are not philanthropists and most gains are ill-gotten. ☺

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Cost and principle.

When cost is the determining factor higher principles are frequently compromised. ☺

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News presentation.

Too often news presentation is irresponsible whilst, at times, it borders on incitement. ☺

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