Back on track

I realize that I have actually done very little to write about matters with regard to economics, society, and philosophy.

In fact, for the first time I reviewed what is posted on this blog; to be sure, what is present is honesty. A man must always be honest first with the world, and second into himself. You may doubt this, but ask yourself: in order to confront yourself, who must also know, in order that you don’t cast it aside?

As in, it is so easy to maintain a blissful and ignorant life, so long as no one else is aware of the truth. We as individuals always know the truth, so who then, are we really lying to, when we do chose to lie? Answer: since we as individuals know the truth with relation to ourselves, the only people that do need to hear the truth are those that wouldn’t otherwise innately know it; I.e., our friends and family.

Yet fear is a force many of us fear, and thus we choose to hide the truth from those closest too us, often including those whom the truth impacts the most.

The point of this, is an admission that I myself am to afraid to act upon my own true feelings, so I have chosen to run. I suppose this is an instrumental moment in my life, and it is either the dumbest thing I have done, or it is the best thing I have done.

What I’ve done is separate myself from that which I love, because I believe that which I love does not return my love.

I’ve written on the matter a little here, and that is what I have come to realize has consumed my life.

It is time to get back on track, sure it could be the biggest mistake of my life to ignore her, but in doing so, I may actually begin to make a life for myself.

So, in closing, I plan to get back on track. More blogs, more writing, more comments on economics, more philosophy. More of the things in life that i love.

That’s what I’m gonna do..

Update: apologize for grammar and spelling- a bit tipsy and emotional over this huge decision.

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About Adeimantus Aletheia

Adeimantus was the older brother of Plato. Aletheia, is the old Greek word representing both absolute truth, and relative truth. The Delphic Knife (Delphian Knife) is mentioned by Aristotle, as one of the first multi-purpose, mass produced knives. The purpose of a knife is to separate; the purpose of this blog, will be to separate truth, from lies, and to discuss rather important facets of our Society- that society - being the United States, and the international (as well as domestic) social climate that it (we) operate within. My Background: Dabbled in Oceanography, engineering, and law, before deciding on a movement into managerial economics and political science. I have studied Greek and Latin and German (briefly French) in order that I may better understand the basis of the words that form our method of communication today (that method being English). In addition, my mathematical skills have been honed through a stint in engineering, and improved as I got my degree in Economics. My political science degree was for fun, although the philosophy courses I took, caused a profound and permanent change in my methods of thought- I highly recommend all students to complete a "tour" of philosophy for their own personal use.
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