Category Archives: Moral Issues

Remembering Caregiving with Mom

Remembering Caregiving with Mom. Recently I wrote a response to AARP’s  stories about being a caregiver. So many people commented about Mother’s photo that I decided to post it here with a little more of her story. I am grateful for the time I spent with Ma during here last 12 years on this Earth.… Read More »

Cat Shooting

CAT SHOOTING IS ILLEGAL IN  ALL 50 STATES. Cat Shooting is a felony in MANY states in America. Shooting a cat intentionally is a violent act.  Cat shooting is NOT an acceptable social behavior. That fact doesn’t change even if the animal is not wearing a collar. To shoot a cat four times in the… Read More »

Holy Week-Passover-Ramadan

Is it not peculiar that the Christian Holy Week, Jewish Passover and Muslim Ramadan are all so close together on our calendars? Maybe there is a lesson in that simple fact that we all need to learn. It is surely more than coincidence. It was during the holy week of Passover that Jesus (who was… Read More »

Sarin Gas AGAIN? NO

Heard the news. Sarin Gas? OMG. SARIN gas on civilians and hospitals in Syria by Syrian government!? I simply cannot believe the stupidity of war. So. What is Sarin Gas? In short, it is a deadly nerve gas used as a weapon of destruction. Developed in 1937 in Germany and outlawed in 1997 by the… Read More »