AAARRRGH!!!! I have finally gotten to the point where I am beginning to quote my childhood mentor, Charlie Brown. I could bore you with details as to why I am so frustrated, but who has the time or the energy to read my ramblings. Let it suffice to say that I am done watching the politico shows on TV. We espouse Darwin as the Gospel of how we came to be, and when our society behaves in a Darwinian fashion we can’t understand it. I saw some Ph.D. on television last night explain how we need to get more counselors at our public schools to teach children how to “resolve conflict” without, I repeat without, a moral guideline, because the mere suggestion of morality according to the Ph.D., immediately makes it a “Church and State” issue, consequently making it a “slippery slope.” AAAARRRRRGHHHHHH!
If Darwin was correct in his basic assessment of who and what we are, why worry about
bullies? It’s just the weak being eliminated.
If man is the measure of all things moral, then I ask: which man? Any
suggestions? Because as of now, I try to base my morality on the transcendent. For me, the true slippery slope is in
Darwin, and then somehow denying the obvious consequences of that philosophy. I am going to waltz out on a limb here and predict: in the future there will never be enough “resolution counselors” to handle the overload of violence in our schools.
“We have educated ourselves into imbecility.” Malcolm Muggeridge
P.S. I feel better now and this will be the last time I comment on something I have seen in the news. Maybe. Hope to see you all in California and Arizona next month. I am off to South Carolina and Ft. Wayne this week. God’s blessings to you all.