Tag Archives: Social Behavior

Love vs Hate

The massacre in Norway on Friday was carried out by a man who believes that his conservative, fundamentalist religious values are morally right. He believes that liberal values of tolerance, acceptance and inclusiveness are wrong. He believes that he is … Continue reading

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Harsh vs Humane

Julia Roberts was interviewed a couple of weeks ago on the CBS Morning Show about her new movie with Tom Hanks. The interviewer asked her about having Tom Hanks as her co-star and director. Is it true that he is … Continue reading

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Socially Unadventurous

DW TV (Deutsche Welle – German international news source – which, BTW, is very refreshing – you get a varied picture of what’s going on in the world as opposed to American news sources which focus on a limited number … Continue reading

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Philanthropy for the Human Spirit

Poverty is spreading in America like an invasive weed whose roots seem impossible to destroy. The gap between the rich and the poor has never been greater. So far, we haven’t come up with any way to shorten that gap … Continue reading

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“That’s Just the Way They Are”

It works both ways. Stereotypes. They are constructed in the same way as they are deconstructed. Some for good. Some for bad. Take Japanese people for example. I am in Nagoya visiting my son and his family for a couple … Continue reading

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