Maybe I love Florida because of its blatant university corruption?
A few weeks back, Slate’s Happiness Project blog incited me to take control of my inbox, which brought positive change to my daily routine. Not that I’m zenned out or anything — I would never — but every bit helps. You know, I wake to sleep and take my waking slow, learn by going where I have to go, etc. etc.
Also, college [kids] is [are] dumb. As David Salinas once said, “I hate our generation.”
Forgive me, I’m behind on my anti-Google reader reading. Still really want to move to Florida for reasons that defy all logic, and I really loved this article about what Americans are cutting back on during this, cough, recession. I always scale back on dumb things like floss and listening to the radio. Must stop punishing self for sins of others.
Eschatologically speaking, nothing is certain right now. But I think everything will work out.
Plus: a litte ingot of positivity, a la Hertzberg.
The Oct. 26, 1877 edition of the Times of London has a great piece on free will that’s worth checking out. Ah, 1877. When both journalism and free will were at their respective intellectual peaks. Those were the days.