Do we burden ourselves with the past or do we learn from it? Even
if only to know what not to burden ourselves with. Beating a dead
horse is a waste of time, but knowing what the horse died from
will help save others today and in the future.
Christine Kingsley wrote:
> I, too, agree with Cuntry Joe's comments on the kinds of discouse going
> on. But I would go even further and say that I am dismayed that people
> aren't writing about their present work more often and styill find time
> to argue about things past. What's the point? I, for one, am still too
> involved in the present to have time to argue or even listen, much less
> to have to spend time deleting all of this. There is some good stuff
> coming through as well. (William Mandelll is particular.) But am thinking
> of dropping out because much of this is just tedious. What I want is
> the perspective of people like yourselves on all of the important issues
> going on today which are affecting our world and our future, not
> ruminations about our past. Perhaps i am a minority here and if so, will
> bow out soon.
> C. Christie
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