What’s It to You?

I have been tossing around ideas for a new post.  I had some, threw them away, had others and saved them for a rainy day.  Then, I read this UpWorthy article:

McEnroe speaks out!

Read the article, watch the video (please, it’s hilarious), then finish this.

I don’t really know this older tennis veteran talked about in the article and video.  I really don’t care to know her. I have said, time and again, I don’t judge people.  She is allowed to voice her opinion, no matter what I think of it.  Other than she is hurting people.  Her fame with a tennis racket does not give her the ability to be a life judge of everyone else.  Moreover, what the game is today does not take away from what she thought it was in days gone by.  The biggest fact is:  the world is moving toward acceptance of same-sex marriage and LBGTQIA+ views and acceptance.  I see this as no different than people telling me how good it was before computers. “Computers are taking the jobs from good people and giving them to machines.”  These are the same people who are upset because food prices keep going up as well as most other things.  But, fact is, computers are keeping most prices lower than if we still had myriads of humans running those machines and tasks.  Same thing, acceptance, will help everyone move into the next generation and feel good or better about life.

I am a mostly retired person, doing some writing and a bit of work here and there, trying to make things work on my salary.  This ex-tennis pro is so much wealthier than I am.  She should find it easier to forgive and forget…shouldn’t she?

Do you accept the changes in this world as far as technology and sexual empowerment and expression are concerned?  What’s it to you?

Namaste,

Scott

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2 Things to Make You Smile

I don’t get to smile often enough to suit me.  I love life and I love learning, but smiling comes from the heart.  So yesterday and today have been special.

First, yesterday, Mom and I went to Cracker Barrel to eat.  After a wonderful meal, Mom wanted to shop in the store for a few minutes.  I decided to sit outside in the 70+ degree weather.  While reading my Kindle, I looked up to see 2 young ladies with a child.  A third young lady, who worked at CB, came out to see them.  Then a young man arrived.  I knew him as a cashier at CB.  The other worker ran to him and jumped in his arms, hugging him.  When she stood again, he knelt and proposed.  How cool is that?

Today, I learned that Beverly Cleary turned 103.  Read the article if you want, but please watch the video.  It is precious.

Beverly Cleary turns 103 

Hope you are smiling, too.

Namaste,

Scott

A Narcissist: What’s So Hard?

I have had the (ahem) pleasure of being with several narcissists in my lifetime.  Not that I knew this then, but now, looking back, I see the clues and all that I wish I had known.  However, since I believe all is perfect, I will continue my life knowing that I really needed to have this in my life for a reason.  I hope it is to help me pick the perfect person for me somewhere down the road, but maybe not.  I will just have to be patient and see.

But I have had people who may really wonder why being with a narcissist is bad; why would it be so difficult.  Rather than I try to tell you, read this article…about 5-8 minutes is not long to find out and it may change your life … for the better.

What is a narcissist?

Namaste,

Scott

Win Charles: Podcast Interview

Just a short post today.  I was interviewed yesterday by Win Charles.  She is a wonderful person to talk to and I was very nervous for nothing.  Here is the link.  It is about 15-20 minutes.

https://askwin.simplecast.com/episodes/scott-l-vannatter-9_Vkm_nz

Thanks,

Scott

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