Calm Down

OKAY WORLD - YOU HAVE GOT TO CALM YOUR BUTT DOWN! Look - I get that there is anger in the world. I get there are problems. I get that people have different opinions. I get it. Move on! Seriously - Move on! Politics are out of control. I have spent months un-following all news …

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Politician definition by Merriam-Webster and ME

I found this interesting and it explains why politicians are so disappointing. Here is Webster’s definition: “A person primarily interested in political office for selfish or other narrow usually shortsighted reasons.” I think our choices look more bleak with each debate. BUT now I know politicians are just doing their job. Sad! My definition is …

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I am not crazy – Because I have wondered if I am.

Crazy people do not know they are crazy. Isn't that what we are lead to believe? The world is crazy to a crazy person. The crazy people never believe they are never crazy. So I guess that means I am sane, because I have asked myself if I am crazy more than once. So far …

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SO…

So bold are youWho offer repliesTo written words you've read.So tough the languageYou may useWith only hatred spread.So demanding are youIn seeking respectFor all that you may feel.So absent are youOf the intentOf the messages that you steal.So sad the dayThat we liveWhen safety is misunderstood.So scared are youWho hide in mediaSpewing more thoughts than …

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NOT BEING BIPOLAR DOES NOT MAKE ME AN IDIOT!

Not being bipolar does not make me an idiot! You being bipolar doesn't make you smart. There! I said it! I have lived with someone battling bipolar disorder for many years. Each year I watch his illness become more consuming, and each year I blame him for it. Why? Because he was given a diagnosis …

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Intelligence, Belief and Faith

A person's intelligence is based on his or her individual capacity for learning, reasoning and understanding through mental activity. Intelligence levels affect the ability to grasp truths, relationships and facts from things one can hear, see, smell and touch. Intelligence helps people learn and determine fact versus fiction. The internet and common dictionary can teach …

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