Tag Archives: Anger

An Antidote for the “Entitlement” Epidemic

Apparently, before long, we will be sharing the road with cars that have no human drivers. Self-driving cars have already taken to the roads in some places, and prognosticators show no hesitation in declaring that eventually, they will be commonplace. … Continue reading

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Slow to Anger?

Our conversation began with, “I can’t recall when I’ve seen so much anger everywhere,” and it continued with a litany of disturbing examples, most of which were associated with the inflammatory political rhetoric filling America these days. The punctuating comment … Continue reading

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