Although this thread seems to have meandered a lot from its original topic
;-) , I found your reminiscences about life in your rural area in "the old
days" to be fascinating and moving. Even though you speak critically about
the impact that modern technology has had on the quality of life there, it
is obvious that you are comfortable with some of this technology, i.e.., the
use of the computer and the internet that allows you to share your thoughts
with us here.
So....I would like to hear more of your thoughts, especially about if/how it
might be possible to marry the best of the old and the best of the new,
preserving the essential quality of good living and real community, while
giving people access to those aspects of modern technology that really do
enhance their physical and spiritual lives.
Ben T. Feese, Ph.D.
Professor of Biology Emeritus, Centre College, Danville KY USA 40422
Home Address: 804 Hillcrest Danville KY 40422-1139
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