The more we call a murderer an animal or treat a hero like a god, we not only dehumanize them, we dehumanize ourselves.
What differentiates us from animals is our higher consciousness, treating any other person like a wild animal to be put down or a deity to be worshiped strips them of their humanity. . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: Dehumanizing Humanity
On the face of it Saint Valentine is a pretty odd fellow, after all how many saints have days promoting procreation named after them?
There really is only one other figure who shares such a dichotomy, who like St.Valentine had one of the most holiest of titles yet himself was the most profane. He too . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: A Devil Of A Valentine
Canada is the maple leaf, the United States of America is the stars, one is modest and pragmatic, the other is idealized and constant. National symbols are chosen to represent countries, but somehow countries cannot help but represent their national symbols.
For the religious and industrious United States of America there is no better symbol . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: Symbolizing The Maple Leaf