Tag Archives: Marriage

Toe the line or else!

I my last post I indicated that each new generation is taught to submit their behavior to the unwritten rules of society. Members of this new generation of young people will initially resist but will almost always surrender within the … Continue reading

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Travelling

I have spoken before about how travelling is a good way to escape Shouldland. Travelers explore the unknown. They go into strange countries, accidentally violate social and cultural norms, get lost in strange cities, and make errors in language translations. They deliberately … Continue reading

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Which to follow: the law or good morals?

There are times when morality and the law are on opposite sites. On these occasions I side with morality over the law. I am a law-abiding citizen but some laws are just ridiculous. They exist because of illogical shoulds that … Continue reading

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Marriage

Many people (in fact most people I have ever met) get married and have kids because it is what they were programmed to do. People learn early in their life that this is what life is about: reach adulthood, get … Continue reading

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