Meandering Observations

It is almost like clockwork. I have tremors of deja vu from when I was a pup. The signal event in my life and for American history was "Watergate". No bureaucracy complained, made a fuss or deemed this event worthy of reproach. We were "locked in" to an ever spreading disease of corruption of epic proportions and we had no clue. How many potential whistle-blowers shut their pie-holes? How many decent and honest people clung to a remnant of their humanity because of this? This one event displayed the panorama of ignorance and shame that I have never come to grips with.

Sociologists beware.

Forgiveness and redemption are supreme in our catalog of virtues whether we like it or not.

Perfection is a desire, but it is also a pariah.

Many depend upon this.