Keep On Blogging — 4 Years Out   5 comments

This posting was November 15, 2009, when I was into my 4th year of blogging — good or bad. I’m still around doing my thing. — kenne

Becoming is Superior to Being

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In November of 2006, I posted the following noting the first anniversary of blogging:

. . . One year ago, 135 entries later and approximately 9,500 hits —
this blog began with the purpose of sharing existence through the experience of one with the desire to generate other views on our place in time and space.
In doing so, I have come to the realization that this poetic gesture may be nothing more than bullshit to someone else.

So, on the anniversary I’m taking this moment to share a few words from the renowned moral philosopher, Harry G. Frankfurt:

“One of the most salient features of our culture is that there is so
much bullshit. Everyone knows this.  Each of us contributes his
share.”

And I would add, some more than others.
But then, one person’s truth is someone else’s bullshit.

“As conscious beings, we exist only…

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Posted November 24, 2019 by kenneturner in Information

5 responses to “Keep On Blogging — 4 Years Out

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  1. And I, for one, am very happy that you are still blogging! Congratulations.

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  2. So glad that you are still blogging. Your pictures are fantastic and you always have a few words of wisdom to share with them. Keep it up as long as you can.

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  3. Keep on!

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