A Good Person

I just have to accept it.

I’m going to upset myself and others for the rest of my life.

All I have to do is not act on it.

‘Do no harm’ is a simple statement.

So is ‘the proper use of impressions’.

A child is born.

One who is willing and able to practice the above two statements and will live a better life.

He or she will learn to become a better person.

Most of us are fortunate to become and live better lives.

The challenge is to stick with it.

You may wish to change, but the goal is to ‘stick with it’.

Not A Solo Artist, playboy or a loner…

As a man, I see a woman.

As a solo artist, I see people.

As a playboy, I get to meet women.

As a loner, I get to miss women.

People need each other, and I am good people.

People are basically good.

But I need direction like everyone else.

Looking for her is part of my daily duty.

Finding her requires that I am willing and able.

I prefer to accept the help of friends and relatives.

But my heart will always stay ready to risk it all on a lady who is ‘willing and able’.

Brain Loss

Sounds like looking after our brain is synonymous with over all health.

What is “The Brain Fox Fix”?

There are many descriptions of brain loss problems:  memory, intelligence, tissue, focus, volume, disorders, cancer, tumor, and Neurological Diseases.

It all seems too technical to start up.

Sometimes, a pro will write about the topic addressing us, ourselves.

Again, it seems too difficult to start a long program.

Maybe, the trick is to start slow and small.

Can you listen to a tape once a week?

Buy an audio book?

If this sounds like a selling job or a tribute to a specific author, you may be write.

But improved health is a personal responsibility.

This maybe a good place to start taking action to invest in your health.

Try “The Brain Fox Fix” by Dr. Mike Dow

Reclaim Your Focus, Memory and Joy in Just 3 Weeks.

Check out this technical jargon:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clouding_of_consciousness

Gender Differences

A moral compass can usually help people with their differences.

All people are created equal, regardless of religion, sex, age or other differences.

To harm another due to discrimination needs to be actively resisted and educated against.

Learning to share power and embrace change is part of outgrowing prejudgement and needlessly blaming people who look or act different.

When social norms change it requires people who are ready to change too.

The writing will be on the wall:  nothing will hold us back.http://theconversation.com/people-who-see-men-and-women-as-fundamentally-different-are-more-likely-to-accept-workplace-discrimination-101434