Monthly Archives: September 2015

“I admonish you… that amid the mundane cares of this world you not neglect the acquisition of many books, in which you may understand and learn something greater and better than is written here concerning God, your Creator, through the … Continue reading

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Writing this morning: “If a person does not give into their apparent goodness, they will be cowed by their power.”  Oddly struck by the irony of the verb “cowed”.  I had to look it up to confirm the spelling. Definition: … Continue reading

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From Wikipedia: “That which is in locomotion must arrive at the half-way stage before it arrives at the goal.– as recounted by Aristotle, Physics VI:9, 239b10 Suppose Homer wants to catch a stationary bus. Before he can get there, he … Continue reading

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