Over at Opinionated Man he has a brief comment about those telling you you are going to hell and their own certainty. I commented and he politely replied. I know exactly what he is talking about. I once ran into a 19 year old "street preacher" on a university campus, shouting "you fornicators, you generation of … Continue reading You’re Going to Hell?
Those who rule and their supporters are disconnected from the people. They mock and ridicule those who disagree with them. It's not healthy. I am fundamentally libertarian in my outlook and long ago realized that both major political parties are aligned against the people. This article from Professor Codevilla points this out and predicts the … Continue reading Who Represents You?
I'm pursuing night deep into her dismal country I saw you last with her in the fog and haze and neon hate Night whispered a mist And you were gone. I will make the night tell me Surely as my soul cries Where in dawn's lair she hid you So that I can see your … Continue reading
This article on Napoleon Chagnon is just fascinating. And not because of Napoleon Chagnon. It is in fact a tale revealing the bitter, psychological savagery of post moderns, whose thought, anchored as it is to nothing but the strange predilections of their own mind, drives their behaviour in contemptible ways. Everyone wants to sit in … Continue reading NY Times Mag on Napoleon Chagnon
I was a gone a lifetime Climbing the tower of lights The sun was dripping slowly through The crack in the night sky And I wanted to fill my glass But when I arrived The breath of eternity Cooled my face Watered my eyes And I dropped my glass I was transfixed Watching it fall … Continue reading
I have too many projects going simultaneously, no time to blog, perhaps the lack of sleep will produce some interesting ideas.
The most precious commodity on earth is your time and the length of that time is limited. None of us know when but we all know we are going to die. Within our numbered days we sleep for part of the time. During our waking hours our attention is limited. How we choose to direct … Continue reading Attention and Time