Greetings & Salutations:
Updated: Apr 30
I love this quote by David McCullough, "To write well is to think clearly." As I grow older many times in my conversations, I forget what I was going to say, it seems to be on the tip of my tongue, but my brain can't compute the memory. Since I am aging by the minute and tend to say what's on the tip of my tongue before considering the implications, I decided to use my writing skills instead of my verbal skills to give expression to my thoughts. When you can see your thoughts as well as think them you can eliminate confusion.
This blog is an experiment. I have a humongous curiosity about everything. My favorite question is why, followed by what if? This will be a sort of "diary of thoughts" on whatever topics impress me now or subjects that prick my curiosity. The objective is to lay out visually what I think about and why, so there is no confusion in why I think what I think, not only on my part, but on the part of those I communicate with.
If my readers disagree with me, I invite them to present their reasoning, refuting or agreeing with my opinion. Debate is not argument; it is a presentation of facts for or against a hypothesis. So let it begin!