Strengthening Constitutional Self-Government

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Good Things

Allow me to bring to your attention two not unrelated items. The first is a still photo of the old man quoting, "Sit by my side, and let the world slip. We shall ne’er be younger," with his son John in the May-morn of his youth; the second is a moving picture of Monty Python’s The Philosophers’ World Cup, not exactly cold wisdom waiting on superfluous folly.






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Thanks for the Laugh Peter! I often forget that sometimes we take everything just a little too seriously.

I was trying to figure out how the two items are related, and then, eureka, as was said in the film: The young made old, and the old becoming young; eternal youth and eternal wisdom.

Blessings on John and all his fellow Marines.

I think Marx is right. The Greeks were offsides. Socrates is a little cheater.

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