Saturday, November 21, 2009

 ANTHROPOLOGICALLY SPEAKING


When something doesn't work the way it is thought it should, and it is a problem that is not the primary skill of the people or person encountering the problem,  why is it that anyone, who is within  the family circle, who asks an investigative question, gets short shrift, even worse, derision?  And don't tell me it is human nature.  It might be the nature of a certain sector of the species of the human race, but I can hardly believe it applies to all.

2 comments:

MKL said...

Hmm... I was thinking about your words and I really don't know what to say. My first guess would be it is human nature.. but now I'm not too sure.

ZACL said...

It is a conundrum, MKL.