Tuesday, February 18, 2014


I bought Seth Andrews book, DEconverted, at the lecture Saturday hosted by our free thought group in Sedona and just finished it this morning. I seldom read a book that fast, but it was downright good and I couldn't put it down for long. Something he wrote in the last chapter is so good and so true that I'm going to quote it here:

"Think about it. Just a few decades ago, getting information often meant running an obstacle course for each and every answer to each and every question. You could certainly find what you needed if you had hours or days and lots of patience. But science books, history books, peer-reviews, medical journals and the lion's share of research-related information were often difficult to find and retrieve.

Presentations from our planeat's greatest minds used to remain mostly hidden inside universities and lecture halls. Now, thanks to the game-changing technology of the internet, the whole world is the lecture hall, and we're all invited to attend....We don't have an excuse for not doing our homework. Eor digging deeper. For checking facts and figures. For pursuing genuine understanding."

What he states is so true, and you will be deeply rewarded for seeking out his Facebook page, his blog and his YouTube videos. They,in turn, will lead you to even more enlightening sources.

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