Final Observations

  • Human beings are incredibly complex.
  • People are less than perfect; most of us are hopelessly flawed.
  • The human being has a limitless capacity for self-deception and self-justification.
  • There is no true justification for unethical behavior.
  • With full knowledge and awareness of the foregoing observations, I acknowledge this:

“I am what I am, and that’s all that I am.”
-Wisdom borrowed from Popeye the Sailor Man

Virginia Woolf

“If you do not tell the truth about yourself, you cannot tell it about other people.” -Virginia Woolf


While everyone makes mistakes and everyone has done bad things, one’s true character is more accurately revealed in the following three ways:

  • The way you treat animals
  • The way you treat others who are not now, nor have any likely probability of ever being, in a position of power or authority which would enable them to do something for you in return, and,
  • The portion of your own limited and precious personal resources which you choose to allocate to charitable contributions.


Something bothers me.
Well, a lot of things do, actually, this is just one of them.
This is me some years ago:

I have aged. I have changed.
Will the Liberal Left support and defend me if
today I choose to self-identify as a black lesbian?
Why or why not?

Is the answer based upon truth, science and reality?
Should it be?
A response to this question has far-reaching implications.


Final Question:

Why is a species which claims to be superior and intelligent continually plagued with such widespread ignorance and confusion?


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