What You Know

I really like to write. I’m comfortable writing about myself, my feelings, my inspirations, my goals, my, my, my…  I would love to be able to write fiction. A nice story. The kind of story I would like to read, a story I could get lost in. I wasn’t feeling too good about this the […]

A Life Unedited

This was the original name for my post several days ago, when I discussed Socrates’ aphorism, “An unexamined life is a life not worth living, for a human being”. [1] I was thinking of the process of examining my own life, which seems to be a never-ending process. So, would Socrates be proud, or relegate […]

Wait a Minute

Almost as soon as I scheduled yesterday’s post, a musing about Socrates’ quotation, “An unexamined life is not worth living,” I had second thoughts. My premise was to accept this aphorism and analyze it with respect to the phases of life, from childhood to old age. I concluded that it is not the examination of […]

Life Examination

According to Plato, Socrates said, “An unexamined life is not worth living for a human being.” [1] Therefore, according to Socrates I have led a most worthy life thus far. It seems that I have been examining my life non-stop for as long as I can remember. Childhood When I was a child, as I […]

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