I like to think of myself as a member of the forever learning process reading club thru
personal choice book selections, magazines, newspapers and bloggers’ posts.
Those bloggers with whom I interact daily or weekly know the true definition
When two people (even virtual ones) put in similar amounts of effort a friendship will
begin to flourish.
“To have a friend one must be a friend, a sincere one.”
This week I searched for ‘The Monday Peeve’ to no avail.
Either the prompt page wasn’t offered or I missed it thanks to my laptop’s
newfound habit of screen broad-jumping in reverse.
Thus no Peevery post from me – maybe next week.
Over the weekend I’d read a post which made my blood boil.
I couldn’t fathom how the writer chose the analogy – comparison of apples to
oranges was my initial thought.
People read the post and commented positively yet IMO to compare a serious
worldwide health issue to a college exam didn’t sit well with me.
Yepp, everyone is entitled to their opinion and I won’t always understand nor agree
I refrained from commenting since not a student debating in Ethics class. I did
wish there was a dislike button to click though.
Today, TGIF, I met with a bit of disappointment. I wanted to participate in a fun
weekly prompt only to do so would require research in order to stretch the truth.
Moving on . . .
Next on the agenda of complaints was a well-written post on an important topic
in today’s society.
The content left me dumbfounded – an out-of-sorts study fizzled to near failure.
I suppose there was ‘something’ to learn or gain from this what I consider an
exercise in poor taste.
The thought crossed my mind as to who pays for these studies?
Answer: likely the taxpayers.
Last to address was an actual question to self if better to bypass or disagree.
I chose to bypass.
There used to be a statement dating back to Medieval times – a bit like a question
written within marriage vows which in more recent times has been eliminated
unless a couple requests the preacher place it therein.
“Speak now or forever hold your peace.”
A Proverbial saying: “Speech is silver. Silence is golden.”