Did This Debate Destroy The Work Ethic? A Ten Commandments’ Tale

children may wonder about these two questions: why do we have to work? and why was childbirth painful? thousands of years ago, some can claim that mythology was employed to explain these questions. the story of adam and eve and their expulsion from the garden of eden served as the explanation. humanity’s disobedience to theContinue reading “Did This Debate Destroy The Work Ethic? A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

Employers Are Not Babysitters: A Ten Commandments’ Tale

a judge and i discussed the quality of this current generation’s workers. the assessment was poor. in that moment, i opined that “employers are the new babysitters of the world and employment has devolved to become a form of adult day care.” the judge judged my assessment and found my judgmental assessment had some ringContinue reading “Employers Are Not Babysitters: A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

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”

Brother Can You Spare A Hand? A Ten Commandments’ Tale

everyday people’s bravery, graciousness and heroism is inspirational. sometimes, they can literally lend a hand. drama in the state of maine occurred when, according to reports, “a man who stumbled down the street while carrying his own severed arm..[and]… was saved by two public workers who saw him and happened to be trained in theContinue reading “Brother Can You Spare A Hand? A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

Work Right Now? Opportunities Missed? A Ten Commandments’ Tale

in the us, despite job opportunities, people are refusing to work. “a prevailing theory has been circulating on the mainstream media is that americans are refusing to work because the government is simply paying people too much money.” wanderer. beyond this theory is the fact that there are other significant reasons. some individuals receiving benefitsContinue reading “Work Right Now? Opportunities Missed? A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

Sometimes “The Office” is Not a Comedy: A Ten Commandments’ Story

” that’s the stupidest ***** idea I’ve ever heard’ bill gates adultery is supposedly a spousal matter. infidelity, however, plays itself into the world. family, friends, associates and co-workers become unwilling participants and conspirators in the adulterous act. allegations of bill gates’ infidelity illustrate these uncomfortable dynamics. the dailymail reports he allegedly pursued sexual affairsContinue reading “Sometimes “The Office” is Not a Comedy: A Ten Commandments’ Story”

A Bad Subway Sign: A Ten Commandments’ Story

subway franchisees may be praying to god more than ever. the subway company issued new store closure rules which are controversial. the nypost reported that “subway stores that close more than once a year without permission barring “an act of god” — a strict legal term that tends to include only the most severe ofContinue reading “A Bad Subway Sign: A Ten Commandments’ Story”