rules

This post first appeared at BillMoyers.com on November 22, 2017. In case you haven’t noticed, this is an extraordinary moment
Rules help ensure work is completed correctly and diligently while providing guidelines for equitable treatment of employees
As a result, people's responses range from fear of bullying, to a dread of a Nazi Germany-style dictatorship, to concerns
The rules need to be discussed and agreed up by each partner, and should be revisited often and regularly. The rules should
To test this hypothesis, we recruited a nationally representative sample of 102 participants to a listening experiment. We
Now, if you have lots of young people in the family, vacations are easy to go on. The children readily agree, even if it's a trip to the backyard. They are young and impressionable. However, they won't be kids forever.
Most of us were taught to shut down our passions when we were young. There are many reasons why. See if you recognize yourself in any of these four rules that I've seen to be key reasons why you might be shut down to living a fulfilled life.
I've had it. Please, and I mean this from the bottom of my overly exhausted heart, take your scientific pie chart and shove it.
Didn't anyone hear about common sense. Principles based approach is values driven and sensible. What will work in the most effective way in avoiding problems. being cost effective, dealing with needs and avoiding litigation. Don't worry, Donald Game of Thrones Trump will build the wall.
1. Conversations This may seem far reaching on a topic about curfews but as early as infancy, conversations begin. Changing
For many in our denomination, including those who support LGBTQ equality, disobeying our legislated rules and order can feel
We want our children to be polite, follow expectations, be rule followers, but not to the point where they're always afraid they'll make a mistake or hurt someone's feelings. Then they're anxiety ridden and may need our help to let them just be themselves with flaws and errors along the way.
Then there's FIFA, football's once proud governing body, reduced to a shambolic mess when Sepp Blatter revealed that awarding
"We will go to Napa!" she declared triumphantly. "And we will have wine. Flights and flights of wine." Okay, and sometimes
We do well to keep in mind the ubiquitous nature of betrayal that has been with us since the beginning of time and to recognize our capacity to betray and be betrayed.
Here are my food theorems, in no particular order, inspired by some well-known theorems of Mathematics. They are presented light-heartedly and without proof because unlike Mathematics, when it comes to food, one person's proof is another's counterexample.
A happy baby is a baby who knows there are rules. This is one of the great ironies of becoming a parent and it takes a while to figure out: Although babies bring chaos into your life, they don't actually like chaos. Even though they make a huge mess, they actually prefer a nice tidy world, one in which they can depend on simple routines and reliable outcomes.
We honor our rules, live by them, play them out every day. For better or worse, they create our lives. So, why not define