http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=222571071098998 Quick post here. Being a Global Citizen, I find that Vietnamese women are very feminine, gentle and wonderful. But just be careful not to make them upset or else you will be in trouble! Quick story, Global Citizen style. I once attended an event in Saigon where there were many beautiful ladies wearing […]
I just read a very good article in the NYT by one of my favorite contributors David Brooks.The article is here: The New HumanismIn short, his article speaks about our emphasis on measurements, metrics and reasoning while ignoring our emotions, human bonds and the like. If you haven’t clicked the article, here is a paragraph […]
For me, I have always had conflicting feelings about this one and true to Global Citizen form, it will be an opinion that I do not think has ever been discussed in the West. I’m not sure if it was discussed in Japan but if any Japanese have an opinion I would LOVE TO HEAR IT!
I thought about not writing on this as there is enough news but seeing as we are trapped in the continual Left vs. Right vortex and that neither side is absolutely right I thought it might be good to weigh in on this from a “Global Citizen” perspective. We always see things differently from most, like an outsider looking in and have no problems with pointing out the faults of both sides which is enlightened at best, bipolar at worst. 🙂
Once upon a time there was a couple who lived in a well built middle-upper class home in the suburbs. It had been occupied ever since anyone could remember by Jeb and Sally McFarland. To the old timers, they had always been a successful couple, not without arguments, but quite influential in the neighborhood.