by ALAN TAYLOR view more images.. Lion wrangler Shandor Larenty shares a moment with a giraffe at the Lion and Safari Park, a wildlife-conservation enclosure in South Africa.
Q. What was the happiest moment in your life? answered by Geordan Christian, Software Engineer My happiest memory unfortunately is also my most painful. The girl I had been dating for many years got pregnant, she confessed to me she had sex with two other guys without protection. She had always been on the pill […]
Q. Who has lived a life worth following? answered by Peter Branche, B.S. from Cornell University (2017) This is Dale Schroeder. This man sent 33 strangers to college using his life savings from working as a carpenter for 67 years. Dale Schroeder grew up poor in Iowa, never married, had no children, and worked as […]
Q. What’s the biggest mistake you’ve watched someone make in their personal life? answered by Kate Forde, former Paralegal at Legal Industry (1990-2018) She was 19. She was hired as our copy room clerk. Part Time. It was her first job. She had never lived alone. She met a bragging wastrel who promised her the […]
Q. What is the creepiest and strangest coincidence that happened with you or someone you know? answered by Sandy Mau, Working with autistic children (2001-present) At the age of 18, I was in a frustrating relationship with a guy who was continually drunk or high. While I was at my university, in the commons area, […]
Q. Do cops sometimes bend the rules and let criminals go if they think that what the person did was right at the moment (e.g. stealing food for a starving child)? answered by David Cimperman Jr. About 10 years ago, I got called to Walmart. The manager meets us at the front door. A 30-something […]
Q. What is the least important in life? answered by Matt Sandrini, Psychology and mindful habits | timezillionaire.com Here are 9 things that are overrated in life (and yet most people are trapped by). The list tends to grow as I grow. Here it is. #1 – OTHER PEOPLE’S JUDGEMENT Living to please others is […]
In traditional Hawaiian culture, the placement of a flower in the hair of women has subtle symbolism; a flower behind the left ear indicates the wearer is in a relationship, and a flower behind the right ear indicates availability. The same symbolism does not apply to men.
Q. When did you realize exactly who your son or daughter really was? answered by Lisa Raymond, Eldest of three sisters. When it was too late. Just like most parents, I knew my son, Andy, was special to me and his father. He was smart, he was talented and he was a great big brother. […]