There are people in life and situations that are simply unreasonable. As far as individuals are concerned, they act as if they are the boss of everything and own an item that they deem should be their property. They seem to have an attitude that makes everyone who associates with them that whatever they want, their opinions, their desires and wishes are what matters. For example, a person may be on the telephone and a relative is having trouble disciplining their child. The call could be very important, but that does not matter to them. Instead, when asked to keep their voice down, they become angry as if the person using their phone had no right to make a telephone call. Take a look at the medical industry in the United States. If you have a disease that requires daily medication such as insulin, if you lose your insurance you have severe problems. The cost of insulin is well over two thousand dollars a month just to maintain a Type 1 diabetic’s health. Yet, the pharmaceutical companies know and understand this, but higher profits are far more important. Why is it that in other countries, particularly in the Eurozone, it is not only affordable, but there are programs for free insulin. For all the taxes we all pay regardless of where we live, there should be some allowances for individuals who need medications to survive. It is an unreasonable inequity. In everyday dealings with people, they are often unreasonable and do not care to assist you if you have a problem at the bank, post, your phone and even utility companies. They expect everyone to always have plenty of money. After all, their jobs are secure so they have an attitude towards individuals who are trying, yet may have a temporary set back, lost their income or have serious medical issues. Unreasonable is too soft a word for their attitude and lack of empathy to help another person. Today, apparently Donald Trump felt that a new Air Force One jet for four billion dollars was more than unreasonable and canceled the order. From anyone’s perspective that does seem an excessive amount. In the Good Gus Series, the only unreasonable person in the thirty-five books is Bad Bart, in book one “Pecos Meets Bad Bart.” However, Sheriff Gus teaches him that being unreasonable is not the way life is in Pecos, Texas. Remember, the first five books including “The Special Gift” are available exclusively on Kindle worldwide. The Marine Base, Miramar, San Diego, California has restocked its shelves with the Christmas book! If you feel people are treating you in an unreasonable way, take a little time to read “Misplaced Trust.” You will discover just how difficult individuals really can be. Available on Kindle, Nook, Apple and several other fine e-book websites.