The Economist (in a state of angst – they have been for McCain for a while now) puts forth a plea for the old McCain and gives an analysis of where he was and where he is… the question I have is where will he be? Click here
also, McCain’s choice for veep is at the same time: puzzling, bold and very, very risky… read HERE what The Economist says.
the first week of teaching and some significant tech problemshave curtailed my blogging and emailing… its something to think about: how healthy is my (our?) reliance on technology… and my (our?) reaction to tech problems… a long time ago I read about the impatience that had developed in people who were used to hitting enter and then getting an instant result… this was carried over to human relationships in an unhealthy manner… perhaps we should practice fasting from technology more often… so that we get life back into perspective
Read an interesting article about Obama from The Economist, their bias shows, but it is a bit more objective than what we read in the Atlantic a few days ago. click here
c. ooooooooooooohhhhhh nooooooooooo
d. can’t wait
click hereto read an interesting article about the election so far… specifically about the debates from the primaries… it is not objective… but it is interesting… it includes YouTube footage from some of the debates of the past…
in a conversation with a bright young man today, we came to the great question of life: what is my purpose? I am sure glad that I have discovered the answer to this… it is truly that which gives peace.
Peace from Grace