We may not normally think of it this way, but culture shock is a two-way street. Every time I return […]
Archive for ‘Culture’
Photo Story–Monks in Thailand
Many photographers would agree that the most photogenic moments take place randomly and, of course, when you may least expect […]
Consumer Behavior: Quality or Quantity?
I’m convinced that being able to recognize the difference between what I ‘need’ and what I ‘want’ is one of […]
Expat or immigrant?
I love meeting new people along my journey, the kind that, due to their intelligence and awareness, cause me to […]
Are Men stronger than Women?
I read a wide-ranging blog post this week that stands out as a prime example of how some people take […]
Convenience at what cost?
As I read about the recent public opening of the first Amazon Go store in Seattle, I found myself having […]
Follow-up Story: Guns and American Exceptionalism
Follow-up story https://myquest.blog/2018/02/18/guns-and-american-exceptionalism/ I was shocked to just find a blog posting entitled “How to Survive a Mass Shooting”, a […]
Guns and American Exceptionalism
“17 left dead in 6 short minutes of terror” read the latest headline! The merchants of death and their cult […]
Toilet habits are something that few people seem to be willing to share in a public forum. Sort of the […]
The Pursuit of Happiness
From my experience, Westerners tend to complain about their lives and openly ‘seek’ happiness far more than those living in […]