Tuesday, July 17, 2007


Today I will be adding the links for the philosophy section. I have signed up for an aesthetics course for the fall. Philosophy scares me. Mainly because my brain is old and it makes me rack my old creaky brain and think. Not only do I have to think but I have to research and read up on how to think. Because I have AADD I have to go back and re-acquaint myself with the histories of philosophy. I guess that's a good thing. Maybe it will keep the alzheimer's at bay for a little while longer. There are thousands of pages listed for philosophy on the web and I have many of them in my bookmarks. The links that I put in the sidebar here are only intended to get you started on your own quest.....that's what it is all about...your own search for your own truth. The histories, the biographies, the dictionaries, the papers written by other thinkers, are all there to guide you in your search for your own truth. It is my hope that I can help you and that you will enjoy yourself along the way to your own enlightenment. :-)


  1. My you are serious and I am silly. I was in law enforcement for 25 years. Retired a few ago. My last assignment was the Men's Jail Commander. I could probably use you... Well, we still use the same icon so that's a plus. :)

  2. i answered you over at mybloglog...don't want to do it here...this is for serious stuff ;-)

  3. "A social order is stable so long as it can give scope to talent and youth. Youth itself is a talent - a perishable talent." Eric Hoffer

    I read this at breakfast and then followed your bloglog link from my blog to yours. You've taken on quite a task, but you seem to have a handle on it. My husband and I have known several social workers through our years as foster parents. It's one of the hardest jobs in the world, I think. Hardest, the way I see it, is to see your cases as real people, not as smoking parents, single mothers with oxy-contin addictions, alcoholic fathers and dysfunctional grandparents. They may be all of these, but so might we have been with just a simple twist of fate. My, how opinionated I am this morning. I wish you every success in your career.

    Shine On,