It’s easy to forget what others are going through when we are annoyed or frustrated. Focusing on our own feelings can cause us to get anxious and sometimes lash out in ways that we wouldn’t normally act. We’ve all been in a situation where we can easily name about a hundred other things that we’d rather be doing…but keeping it in perspective can be hard. One daughter was out shopping with her mother, but was having a hard time keeping a good attitude. Until she remembered something powerful.
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***This makes a lot of sense, right?
Moran said that border security is a “clear and present danger.” He added, “I think the American people don’t understand the full breadth of this problem. We have a president who has appointed a commissioner of Customs and Border Protection who is more political than ever, and they have carved out our immigration laws, by policy, where Border Patrol agents are basically letting everyone we catch out the door. So, that’s not border security. We need a president who understands the problem, who is going to put the right political appointees in there, and who is going to let Border Patrol agents go out and enforce the law.”
***Oh, for heaven's sake. Why do we continue to cater to the less than 1/2 of 1% who decide they don't know what they are? They don't need to be coddled, they need mental help. But there's the NCAA, making a statement.
Really, do you want your little girl sharing a bathroom with a little boy because his mom and dad are so screwed up they tell him he can be a girl if he wants to?
Seriously? Honestly, the preoccupation and personification of animals is really getting annoying to me. I see Facebook posts about how I can just go pound sand if I don't want to sit on someone's furniture and be covered in cat hair...like *I'm* the one with the problem. Gah.
***“Some are born weird, some achieve it, others have weirdness thrust upon them.”
― Dick Francis,