Unlike everyone else who was bemoaning lockdown, not being able to get out, do things, see people, etc., I was actually happy in my solitude. I had my kids at home at the start, but aside from them, I was content, ridding myself of the extreme burnout symptoms and finding ways to mentally heal.
Tag Archives: ethics
The Importance of Integrity
The problem when you discover someone lacks, or something has been cobbled together with no integrity is that you never get the ability to fully trust again.
Speak Your Truth with Love
A person who I follow on social media made a post about her 80 yr old friend who had found her “One True Love”, however, he had a girlfriend and was into polyamory. She proceeded to speak extremely poorly of the guy, inferring the reason for his crappy behavior was due to him claiming he was polyamorous.
One of the most wild things that I have been increasingly becoming aware of is the excessive xenophobia of our growers, not just in the US, but world wide. The xenophobia can be rooted in the ideas of “tradition”, racism, fear of “strangers” among other reasons, but the reaction is often hateful, threatening and can be downright terrifying.
“It’s Just Business”
Today, my coworker regaled a tale of how, when he had his own auto parts business, he had created an enemy from his practices.