I played golf today—my occasional escape from the heaviness of writing about the meaning of life. My normal partner, a pleasant seventy-year-old gentlemen and I were paired with two brothers. While one of the brothers was friendly the other began mouthing expletives from the first shot onward. He quickly explained the reason for his terrible play was that he had already downed two glasses of whiskey for breakfast! Continue reading A Terrible Game of Golf
“Live not as though there were a thousand years ahead of you. Fate is at your elbow; make yourself good while life and power are still yours.” Continue reading Life is Fleeting
Yesterday’s post argued for the moral and intellectual augmentation of human beings. Continue reading Intelligence Augmentation
Visual representation of the history of life on Earth as a spiral.
To better the world, humans need to be more intelligent and moral. We must evolve. Continue reading We Must Evolve
A former student of my nearly 30 year college teaching career found my blog and sent me email updating me about her life over the last fifteen years or so. Continue reading A Letter From A Former Student