Monday, December 21, 2009

The Science Behind Men and Women - Part I

There are a lot of differences between the brains of men and women that scientists still debate about. One thing however seems clear -- biological differences account for at least some of the major differences between the attitudes and behaviors of men and women. Cultural practices is the effect, not the cause.

When couples engage in the context of, instead of despite of, their uniqueness, the engagement is much more romantic.
Photo: "Chris & Jessica Engagement" by Jeremy Blanchard

If you accept that men and women are indeed different, then perhaps there is no need to read further. But it wouldn't hurt to pick up more ideas for discussion with people who interpret, in a very literal sense, the statement that "men and women are born equal."

Let me explain . . .

Monday, December 7, 2009

Deal With It -- Tough Questions Are as Certain as Death and Taxes

Tough questions are as certain as death and taxes in today's world. In the ever increasing pace of the information age, how are we dealing with that reality?

Benjamin Franklin is quoted to have said, "The only things certain in life are death and taxes."

What popular quote would Benjamin Franklin possibly leave behind if he is alive today and holding an iPhone logged on to Twitter?
Photo Credit: Wikimedia

An apparent reaction to this was a quote from an unknown guy who said, "Death and taxes may be certain, but we don't have to die every year."

This unknown guy makes a lot of sense, doesn't he?

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