According to the Buddha, the path to happiness depends on letting go of our attachment to outcomes.
After the previous post it seems natural to talk more about sex. Sort of. You’ve probably seen the text of the last speech bubble in various images on the Internet.
Phthalates are becoming a problem in a huge industry that relies on, well, hugeness.
You can read more about this awful situation at https://news.sky.com/story/human-penises-are-shrinking-because-of-pollution-warns-scientist-12255106
Everyone has their own way to relax after a tough day. Drink. TV. Or maybe something else.
Men have always blamed women for bad things. Even though testosterone and the Y chromosome are responsible for most of the cruelty and destruction in the world.
We always congratulate parents on the birth of a child, but the cats question why we do this. A post on babies seems appropriate as we approach the day we celebrate as the day Jesus was born.
As you pay attention to advertisements, whether in print or on a screen, you’ll notice that advertisements often feature attractive women.
Sometimes we are tired and rundown, and we need to energize.
Sex, time, and money are the three big issues that can affect marriages.
Thomas Jefferson once said, “The freedom and happiness of man are the sole objects of all legitimate government.”