The dogs vs. cats debate has raged on for all time and for all time the dog side has won! Dogs
are man's best friend and cats don't even like us! So why should we like them?
Unlike cats, dogs are very faithful and give you unconditional love forever. Cats
Upon opening up to the chapter, I was a little surprised that it began with an analogy
using Facebook. But it made me a little happy to see it too, since it is something I can easily
relate to. Facebook in particular has become less of a social site and m
Words. They are tiny, short, seemingly insignificant things. But whether uttered in a wave
of sound or scribbled on a piece of paper, their meaning, and possible misunderstanding thereof,
makes all the difference in life. Not only does tone and word choic
The section near the beginning of the chapter called Selection interested me greatly.
The first part of it basically explained how we focus on the big things, and naturally so. Our
brains are constantly scanning for danger, it's the primitive instinct ins
The beginning of chapter 8 is spot on. Friends in our culture tend to be more like supports
for us than simply people we like. It is one of the unique things about western culture, I think.
We dont rely on ourselves, for the most part. We rely on those ar
Another week, another observation on how much sense this book makes out of
relationships. As a pastors kid, Ive heard plenty about how relationships and specifically
conflict is to be handled. Theres all sorts of biblical elements to it which I dont reall
I was wondering when The Big Bang Theory was going to be brought up. The entire
character of Sheldon is based upon the fact that he has little to no social skills whatsoever, and
can accidentally offend others or make a bigger deal out of something than i
Ive never thought of listening as a complex process. But after reading the chapter, and
thinking on it, it does make sense. The process happens so quickly and subconsciously that it's
easy to miss. On my trips to Nicaragua and Honduras, communicating with