Back on August 15, 2012, a newly minted 30 year old, a specific quandary began to marinate itself in the back of my head. Namely, is occurred to me that –
All reason is potentially faulty. It is the combination of priority, conjecture and faith, by which decisions are ever definitively made.
And that was that. That way my insight for that particular 30-some-dom day.
I will say this, a lot of times, I really do wonder whether other people my age think about the same types of things that I do. I had an old boss once in law school who told me that this was the case, that I in fact spoke of concepts that most people my age wouldn’t be questioning for decades later. Now, keep in mind, this is a guy that played the harmonica and sang Crosby, Stills and Nash for me on the way to the Courthouse, but all judgment aside, it was, to me, one of the greatest compliments I’d ever received in my then 25 years.
That being said, the question in my mind still remains, and any thoughts you might have in any form whatsoever would not only be a delight to read, but also very much so appreciated. And of course, along those same lines, any ideas, comments, questions, concerns, requests for additional information, anything, I’d be happy to share as well. Just say the word (…or rather type it), and I’ll be here.