The cats have finally decided to dispense some sensible, thoughtful, caring words of wisdom for these difficult times. And in keeping with their suggestions, they thought they’d share something funny—it’s below the comic.
The pandemic is providing a never-ending supply of hypocrisy and self-serving behavior. But is anyone surprised?
It seems that many of the rich and famous have become tone deaf, out of touch with rest of us. Of course, they always were out of touch, but this pandemic is showing just how much.
For some people there may be an upside to the pandemic.
Oh to be young again! Wouldn’t it be great? Well, maybe. But maybe not.
Are you bored? Here are a few perspectives on being bored.
While most of us live within defined borders, the very rich can ignore country borders, moving their money and their lives to where it most benefits them.
We are often in such a hurry to do important things that we don’t have time to be in the here and now.
Sometimes it can feel that we are nothing more than objects to be evaluated.
In a big study, David Blanchflower discovered that on average, people in developed countries are the most unhappy at the age of 47, and he speculated on the reasons. Other studies have shown different reasons for the fall and rise of our happiness. (Fans of Marianne Faithfull may appreciate the title of this post.)