Club Craig - 2013-2

At what point...

At what point do we finally stop and say enough is enough?
Where Is our breaking point?
When is it ok to start to look out for ourselves first?
When did I give away everything in order to let someone else live the life they desire?

These are the questions I'm asking myself today.
I don't think there is an answer, but the process of understanding the questions, I'm hoping, will provide some clarity.

Until next time...


The need for action.

Sometimes there is a need for action before the time to think has been granted.

I fear that what has passed in the Japanese government today fits that descrition. My kids and their kids are now further in debt.

Sad times ahead.

Until next time.

People in power

I'm just wondering in this day in age how much trust we can put in the people whom supposedly wield the power over the common man. I'm not just asking about politicians here. Teachers, priests, community leaders etc al, have their own agendas so it seems.

Power trips, selfishness, back-room deals, and greed seem fairly common place these days.

I'm going to guess that this is nothing new but the availability of information and the increase in the transfer of information has somewhat broadened the view in these dealings.

It's sad. You should be able t trust these people. It's this trust that holds our communities together.

Until next time...

One must wonder...

I really do wonder about where all the money is coming from that is supposed to support the rebuilding process of the Japanese economy.

Recently, I've heard that the PM is "telling" companies to raise wages.... In the hope that that will increase spending at the local level and that will regenerate the country from within...

So again, where is the money going to come from?

I'm not so sure. This seems a little irresponsible to me.

Until next time.

Snow Capped Hills

I really like it when driving in the morning to see the snow still on the top of some of the hills to the west of me. Snow gives me a feeling of being clean, everything being so white when covered.

Unfortunately, it's going to be gone by the time I'm in the car again this afternoon. I wish I could have stopped to take a photo. I'll do better at planning my morning commute next time.

I promise.

Until next time...
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