We offer observations on the human condition from a 21 year old mind trapped in an 81 year old body.


All too often, I feel like responding when a person speaking on a cell phone poses a question.

Each day, Newt says, “I’m an historian,” Herman says something that borders on idiocy, and Mitt says, “I think this is what I believe–at least today.”

Americans today live for today and ignore tomorrow.

Whatever happened to Sarah Palin?

I prefer being alone in an eating establishment in order to observe the  human condition. I get filled with wonder.

To trust life, is to be disappointed, but also made happy–occasionally.

I enjoy morning solitude and evening silence.

For parents, the greatest gift are children who possess integrity and compassion.

These days I rarely think about Barack Obama. He is and will always be the mystery of my life. Unfortunately, also for most Americans.

A baby in mom’s arms possesses the gaze of wonder.

I always make funny faces for children.

High IQ rarely translates into creative thinking. They are too busy seeking an “A” grade.

One increasingly concludes there are no great men or women in modern life–at least, in America.