“You’re the Same Today as You Will Be in Five Years—Except for Two Things” and “Thinking—or On The Virtues of Not Being Soft-Minded”


I posted on two of my other blogs today—please take a look at those posts and comment J

Turret Arch through Window Arch at Sunrise, Arches NP, UT

Turret Arch seen through Window Arch at Sunrise, Arches NP, UT (my photo)

You’re the Same Today as You Will Be in Five Years—Except for Two Things

and

Thinking—or On The Virtues of Not Being Soft-Minded

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About John

I am a married, 46-year old, Midwesterner, with four children. My primary interest is in leading a very examined and decent and Loving life; my interests that are related to this and that feed into this include (and are not limited to) -- psychology, philosophy, poetry, critical thinking, photography, soccer, tennis, chess, bridge.
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2 Responses to “You’re the Same Today as You Will Be in Five Years—Except for Two Things” and “Thinking—or On The Virtues of Not Being Soft-Minded”

  1. slklesko says:

    I have nominated you for a blogging award: check out the details at http://truthletsandthoughtbits.wordpress.com/2012/04/08/awards/

  2. granbee says:

    We do build our brains by FIRM and LOVING thinking!

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