Inequality of Gender: A Motherhood Statement?

I smile when I read inequality in terms of real income doesn’t exist.  Women all over the world take on a huge burden of responsibility yet their work is valued less.  Wages, income, salaries are based on what traditional white men have decided is of value to them, it has a propertied context.… Continue reading

Jordan Petersen on Brett Kavanaugh and His Views

This is just a flow of consciousness in response to listening to Jordan. I am open to all views and weigh it on balance to find what is true for me. It comes from inner navigation where I feel for the middle as justice is accommodation (both sides) which is natural harmony.  I just… Continue reading

Brett Kavenaugh the Right Judge for the Supreme Court

The Division of Service to Self

Overnight I had another insights in respect of the dichotomy of left and right.  The duality of the world divides into two camps essentially.  One is service to self the other is service to others.  This the contrast, the tension that creates innovation.  Traditionally the left was cast in the light… Continue reading

Arrest of Saudi Arabian Feminists

Changing values clash with traditional values and belief systems.  This appears connected to the #metoo movement which is a global movement of women seeking to assert their equality.  The issue of equality is evident in western countries as well given sexual harassment issues.  Freedom is expressing from a global perspective.

We are… Continue reading

Gender Differences or Superiority in the Classroom?

I know when I went to school I didn’t read a book until I was 17.  I was dyslexic and when very young used to get my words back to front, even spoken for many years (did it here as I didn’t write spoken ‘words’).  I was told I was not intelligent and… Continue reading

Mohandas Gandhi

“Nonviolence is a weapon of the strong”