Sometimes I get into dry spells here at RJsCorner where I just can’t think of something for my […]
This post is going to be about how robots have replaced humans in a significant segment of our […]
This post is a continuation of the discernment period I recently spent on thought of where I go […]
One thing that helped me during my recent discernment period was a book by Ernie Zelinski entitled: How to Retire […]
I seem to talk about boredom pretty frequently on this blog but I have never tried to specify […]
The title of this post is a quote from a not very famous person but it has some […]
This is a continuation of my previous post about boredom and apathy. In high school not much changed as far as a lack of a challenge. One of the things I did enjoy there was writing essays. That activity gave me free rein to say what I wanted and I always easily got A’s for my work. Unfortunately I was never guided toward an avocation that would have exercised that talent I definitely showed even in my early days.
After high school college came. That is where I came upon the first real challenges in thinking. Again I excelled in English Comp classes without much effort and the electrical engineering classes I took were challenging but not particularly enjoyable to me. That should have given me a clue that I was in the wrong major but being a naive farm kid that I was that just didn’t occur to me that I had options.
Here are some words from a fellow blogger’s page that I kind of borrowed. Thanks Syd for the […]
Source: The jobs are there, the education is not – USATODAY.com. This disparity has come to be known as […]
Yes, even we seniors should embrace most changes in our lives. For one thing it keeps our times […]
After such a heavy post the last time this one just must be lighter. Back in November I […]
I like most people I guess, seem to go through my life concentrating mainly on the giant […]