Advice Paradise: Cookies, Racism, and Thievery

“It’s a jungle out there. Disorder and confusion everywhere. No one seems to care.” Well, WE do! That’s why we started this column… Advice Paradise!

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We’re not psychologists, counselors, therapists, or experts – we’re just fellow homeschoolers who are willing to offer a little friendly advice. Sometimes it helps to have a second opinion, and we’re here for you. The Advice Paradise team will answer questions on homeschooling, relationships, religion, and life in general. No question is too trivial. Just ask about anything you want to know! We promise to keep it simple and get straight to the point. In some cases, a bit of wit or sarcasm also does the trick.

Check out the following questions and see if any of them apply to you, or maybe you’ve been in the same situation and have some helpful advice to give someone else. Post a comment if you think you have a better answer!

1. What does it mean when there is no fortune in a fortune cookie?

Then it’s just a cookie.

2. Should one entire race of people be held responsible and feel guilty for the sins of their distant ancestors? Is that fair to those who have never felt any sense of prejudice towards others?

Yes, it may not be fair but one group must be constantly aggrieved and another at fault. This is essential for those in the race-baiting industry to make a living. Money must flow through their hands first so they can pocket most of it. The groups must be kept at odds at all costs. Would not want them to get too cozy and friendly or the game is up.

3. Is there still such a thing as right and wrong, or merely legal and illegal?

Stealing is always wrong. If you don’t believe me, try and pick a thief’s wallet.

Do you have a question? Send it to mail@homeschoolingteen.com and we will share it with the Advice Paradise team to be posted in the next issue of Homeschooling Teen.

Think you have a better answer or would you like to offer some more advice? Please leave a comment below with the question number for reference. Thanks for helping!

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