A few thoughts about words and change…

Good morning, or afternoon/evening, all depending on where you are in the world. It’s morning here, so good morning.

I have thought of words. It’s kind of my thing as a writer. The other day, I watched as some of my fellow writers argued over whether the word ‘friend zone’ was misogynistic.

It made me laugh. I’ve been thrown into the friend zone before. Sure, it sucks, but I’ve never thought of it as misogynistic.

We are all damaged, but there is no reason for us to be so critical that we destroy others. Some have credited Ghandi with saying that we should be the change we wish to see in the world, others have fact-checked it and said that he never said this. Either way, the point is spot-on.

We should, by our example, exemplify the world we want to live in. If we did, the world would be a much better place.

Y’all have a great Sunday.


Published by frontporchmusings694846020

I am a good ole country boy residing in North Mississippi. I love to read, fish, hunt, hike and go to garage sales. Flea markets are a passion of mine. I read anything, but some of my favorites are: Dean Koontz, Robert Frost, Emily Dickinson, T.S. Eliot, Shakespeare, and I possess a fondness for the writings of William Faulkner and Mark Twain. If I am forced to choose, I prefer baseball to football. I enjoy Alabama football (Roll Tide)! My baseball teams include: The Colorado Rockies and Boston Red Sox. I am divorced, the father of two daughters and live by myself with Chunk and Roscoe (my dogs).

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