During the festive season, people tend to take their safety for granted, showing almost total disregard to their well-being. While it is important to enjoy your live to the fullest, lets not forget that we are not immortal.
With all the decorations and Christmas being forced down our throats, the next thing to follow is the “random” acts of kindness.
“I believe more stringent laws need to be put into place for those caught poisoning and killing an animal.”
While some claim you can’t control your cats or dogs, I believe that you can. Through getting them sterilized, giving them enough food and attention, your animal won’t want to wander away.
Life is short. Tell your family and friends you care for them and that you will be there for them lending your strength, like one of the weeds.
If you do not step up and protect children from bullying, we will be losing more than the future. We will lose innocent lives, all because you might not want to make bullying your problem.
We are very quick to get road rage because of that guy ahead of us who keeps on hitting the brakes for no apparent reason, or we argue with our siblings about who gets to control the television remote.
The most common areas is Allen and Murchison crossing, however, the whole street is crawling with pedestrians crossing the road, and just not acknowledging the vehicles.
Honestly, I might sound like Scrooge, but I think the whole Christmas thing is overrated and merely a consumer driven exercise.
Gone are the days when you could comfortably rely on a skill to earn a decent living.
People tend to forget their hamburgers and steaks comes from an animal which was raised for the sole purpose of being slaughtered.