After some reflection, I've condensed my education subjects list, regrouped a couple items, and added some additional study. In theory, this will be a more manageable list of studies, and provide more focus for taking action on my studies.
It's fall, and many people are going back to school. I'm not among them, but I've rarely gone to school for my education. There are several topics I've been studying though, or interested in, so in the spirit of the season I decided to formalize my study of these topics this semester. So what am I going to be learning through the end of the year?
It's one thing to say, this is my candidate, and another thing entirely to be able to articulate why, and to persuade the undecided through the explication of principles. Often, those with whom we speak will be unable to agree on the particular candidate, but will often be agreeable to the values we promote in the support of that candidate. As it stands, the Democrat candidate is nearly guaranteed, while the Republican field is wide open.
Hey intrepid readers, I'm flying out to California this weekend for my Great-Uncle's 90th birthday party. This won't interrupt my article posting, since I have no regular schedule, but is likely to interrupt the thus-far-continuous stream of links on the left sidebar. Tell me what you think of that, by the way. I've also added a place to comment just under my photo on the right.
I could say more, but my plane leaves in 8 hours, and I still need to take care of a few things. Check out some links, leave a comment, have a good time. I'll be back Monday.
I decided it's high time I make sense of this whole dating, marriage, sex business; that whole area so crucial to the continuation of human life on this planet, right? I'm semi-well equipped for this mission: I'm a human male in the prime mating age, well read in spiritual teachings, dedicated to the will of our Father in Paradise, and trusting that He wants me to raise a family while still on this world.
I've read his book Free to Choose and watched much of the show; I recommend them to anyone with an interest in real economics. If you're a big fan of Keynesian economics, you'll find this ridiculous. Or you'll learn something. Relevant quotes from elsewhere: