When Others Are “Quiet Quitting,” It Is Time For You To Get Ahead: A Ten Commandments’ Tale

Six days may you work and perform all your labor, but the seventh day is a Sabbath to the Lord, your God; you shall perform no labor, neither you, your son, your daughter, your manservant, your maidservant, your beast, nor your stranger who is in your cities. For [in] six days the Lord made theContinue reading “When Others Are “Quiet Quitting,” It Is Time For You To Get Ahead: A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

Motor Vehicles Are Not Instruments of Justice [or Psychotherapy] : A Ten Commandments’ Tale

over the past few weeks, there have been motor vehicle fatalities arising out of “toxic entitlement.” bad mental health days and getting behind the wheel has taken the lives. recently, a motor vehicle was used as an instrument to exact justice and perhaps as an instrument to provide some mental health care. it is reportedContinue reading “Motor Vehicles Are Not Instruments of Justice [or Psychotherapy] : A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

A Dog Day Afternoon In Los Angeles: A Ten Commandments’ Tale

two dogs, two neighborhoods, two tragedies, and two moral dilemmas. last week, los angeles was car accident central. there was the horrible taking of lives in an inferno of a car accident on la brea. there was also the reportedly drunk and out of control driver on walgrove who crashed her car into a houseContinue reading “A Dog Day Afternoon In Los Angeles: A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

A Victory For Common Sense…And Justice: A Ten Commandments’ Tale

most people view will mr. austin simon’s as both tragic and unnecessary. a dispute over a $3.00 bag of chips should not result in a life ending moment. this life was ended as a result of policies that created “toxic entitlement.” new york’s charging of the man, who acted in self-defense was tragic and representedContinue reading “A Victory For Common Sense…And Justice: A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

“Toxic Entitlement”: A Ten Commandments’ Tale

in new york city, $4.75, worth of “toxic entitlement” has led to over twenty thousand dollars worth of damage to a store, store employees injured and mentally scarred, a young man dead, and a hard working family man facing a bogus murder charge. all of these events are due to financial disputes totaling $4.75; aContinue reading ““Toxic Entitlement”: A Ten Commandments’ Tale”