If I’ve said some of these things before, now may be a good time to say them again.
Some version of this post may be a good, new, final chapter for The Way of Peace.
… apparently went just as anticipated.
“The usual suspects” — those you’d expect — all showed up — and none of the people who needed to.
This could change everything.
I hope I’m expiating lots of karma.
Neither side knows what it’s talking about.
In recent weeks it has been a matter of some chagrin to me that my Yahoo! News feed keeps bringing articles from major outlets that prove in my estimation to have far less merit than my own; while my own work continues to be ignored.
Frankly, it seems to me that my work is on a par with that of the Washington Post columnists. I see myself as in that league. If I can find my way there, my goal would be not so much to set forth my own views, as to alter the direction of public discourse; to influence, perhaps even at a national level, the way people talk about the great questions of our time.
If you don’t want the child
enough to get married,
you don’t want the child