Something we need, but will never again experience?

I arrived in New Paltz, NY yesterday for a few weeks of work. The house in which I am staying was, by Four O’clock in the afternoon, in the shadow of a massive church. That it was a church that was blocking…

startled

This year I will turn 70 years old. The U.S. will turn 245 years old. That means that my life will have spanned more than one-fourth of the existence of the nation in which I was born — 28.6% of it, to be precise. I find that startling.

Stephen Yearwood

unaffiliated, non-ideological, unpaid, academically trained philosopher and political economist

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