Regret

The moving finger writes and having writ Moves on; nor all thy piety nor wit Shall lure it back to cancel half a line Nor all thy tears wash out a word of it.                                —Edward Fitzgerald We have only today […]

Myths About Undocumented Immigrants

People worry that illegal Mexican immigrants are overrunning the country, bringing crime and violence with them across the border. They feel that jobs and services are being stolen from American citizens by “wetbacks” who pay no taxes. They think immigrants come to the U.S. mainly to obtain welfare and other benefits. Some of the illegal […]

Welcome to America—Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty, which greets all ships entering New York Harbor, was a gift from the people of France to the United States in 1886. The statue was designed by French sculptor Frederick Bartholdi and constructed by Gustave Eiffel, builder of the famous Eiffel Tower in Paris. After being built in France, it was […]

Similarities Between 2018 Trump Politics and 1939 Hitler Politics

  Published by the Anne Frank Center, Berlin Similarities Between the Trump Administration, U.S.A. (2018) and Hitler’s Third Reich, Nazi Germany (1939) The President creates his own media He endorses police brutality He demonizes groups of people who differ ethnically or politically from the mainstream He strips vulnerable people of their families, jobs and ability […]

History Repeats Itself —“Geschichte wiederholt sich”

How many readers under the age of 40 can define or describe what the following terms mean? A score below 6 suggests you should open your history books again. Heil Hitler Adolf Hitler Nazi Party Fascism Third Reich Fuhrer Holocaust Storm troopers Juden Auschwitz Nuremberg trials Swastika What relevance do these terms have for millennials? […]

Is Romance in the Air? INFJ Meets ISFJ

INFJs and ISFJs are alike in many ways. Both are introverted, feeling, and judging. They differ only on the intuitive/sensing (N/S) dimension of the Myers-Briggs Inventory. Both types put much of their energy into helping others. They share a need to make the world a better place. People can count on them in times of […]

Is Romance in the Air?  INFJ Meets INFP

INFP and INFJ types are a alike in many ways. Both types are introverted (I), intuitive (N), and feeling (F). They have rich inner lives and treasure their solitude. Their intuition is highly developed, giving them the ability to see what’s going on under the surface. They understand why people do the things they do. […]

Is Romance in the Air? INFJ Meets ISTP

If you’re an INFJ, you may find yourself drawn to ISTPs. They’re quietly competent, people of few words who make every utterance worth listening to. They pay attention. They have emotional control. How refreshing! INFJs and ISTPs have very different personalities. The only trait they have in common is introversion (I). Because both are private […]

Is Romance in the Air? INFJ Meets ENFP

Myers-Briggs personality traits have a lot to do with the potential for romance, friendship, and working relationships. They’re important in family life, too. Romance has a better chance of lasting between lovers of similar Myers-Briggs types. Siblings of the same personality type are likely to get along better than those of very different types. People […]

Is Romance in the Air? INFJ Meets INFJ

When two INFJs find each other, they’re lucky. After all, only one percent of the population is the INFJ type. INFJs are kind, generous, and helpful to others. When friends or even strangers are in trouble, INFJs hurry to the rescue. They’re ready to offer creative solutions or hands-on support. As friends or partners, each […]

Camels in America

In 1855, shortly before the Civil War, the U.S. Army launched a great camel experiment. They allotted $30,000 for the purchase of camels from Middle Eastern countries for military purposes. Military officials believed that camels were key to the Army’s expansion in the Western U.S. The land and climate were ideal—much like the camels’ homes […]

About Camels

There are about 14 million camels in the world, with 90% being dromedaries—camels with one hump. The rest—those with two humps—are called bactrians. Dromedaries live as domesticated animals in the Middle East, North Africa and Africa. There are also about   700,000 feral (wild) camels living in the Outback of Australia. They are the offspring of […]