MY LIFETIME FOCUS REMAINS THE HUMANITIES. AFTER MANY YEARS OF ACADEMIC WRITING AND A TWO-YEAR LAYOFF FROM BLOGGING, I HAVE RE-KINDLED MY INTEREST IN THE NONFICTION GENRE. I ENJOY POSTING A GREAT DEAL ABOUT THE HUMAN CONDITION FROM MY PERSPECTIVE AND WELCOME ALL COMMENTS FROM READERS.
My latest book is about to be released shortly. It is a
self-improvement book entitled, Are Your
Beliefs Logical? based on critical thinking philosophy. In anticipation of
the new release, I thought I would ask a few philosophical questions so we
might get to know more about those with whom we blog.
Please pick one and respond, but feel free to answer all
1.If life is so short, why do we do so many
things we don’t like and like so many things we don’t do?
2.What is the one thing you’d most like to
change about the world?
3.Are you doing what you believe in, or are you
settling for what you are doing?
4.If the average human life span was 40 years,
how would you live your life differently?
5.To what degree have you actually controlled
the course your life has taken?
6. Are you more worried about doing things right,
or doing the right things?
7.What’s something you know you do differently
than most people?
8.Are you holding onto something you need to let
9.Why do religions that support love cause so
10. What would you do differently if you knew nobody would