Live Your Best
It’s Caturday. We made it through Ida. We do have a gully washer coming in on Wednesday, but this is normal autumn-on-the-Chesapeake stuff. It’s cool right now. We may soon have a touch of heat reminding us where we live, but it’s expected and not unusual, despite the forecasters of gloom and doom.
Climate change is real. It really is. There’s nothing we can do about it long term, honestly. We’ve got to stop second-guessing it. Man is an element of being. Enjoy it while you can. Just remember that it will change. It’s supposed to. Adapt to its function.
We tend to adjust within our current lives. All of us, no matter where we are and what we’re doing. In America, it happens every 4 years governmentally. From everything I remember from history class, we seem to be echoing pre-Eisenhower times, particularly Hoover and Wilson. I may be the only one who sees it, but there you go.
And don’t forget how we started. It would behoove all Americans in particular to read historical documents that are not regurgitated and rewritten with hidden agendas, like history books in public schools.
And think outside the box. Adapt. Adjust. Live the best way you think you can.