Bible Belt

the #newschool: Know why.

Know why you believe what you do, know why you support what support, and know why you act as you act. A person who does not know why is no better than the toddler whose giggles or tantrums depend on whimsy and pleasure. A person who does not know why is also easily persuaded to do things that go against his own interest. Typically, we call these kinds of behavior foolish.

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  1. Foster, one of your shortest, and certainly your best. If only sheeple would THINK about these things, instead of following the rear end of the animal in front of them. —Eric DICKSON Ziegler PS: I have a photo or two of J. D. and me, and memories to share.

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