Tom Petty great version of "License to Kill" - Video

Charles Sanders Peirce - Thinking in Threes

Sometimes I think that Dylan sings to Abba

Kees de Graaf keesdegraaf.com - Bob Dylan's 'When the deal goes down" - lyric analysis- Part 1:

Sometimes I think that Dylan sings to Abba
His songs ring out transcendence on our plane
In "Modern Times" some lines seem to confirm it
A lover makes it through the pouring rain

Charles Sanders Peirce - Thinking in Threes

How Locals Are Rising To Leadership Roles

How locals are rising to leadership roles
And setting the stage for moderation
Is the untold story of this tragedy
Al understands it and perhaps also we

This was about Zimmerman fleeing. Today the whole thing seems changed.

Charles Sanders Peirce - Thinking in Threes

Charles Sanders Peirce - A person is not absolutely an individual

Charles Sanders Peirce quoted in Semiotics and Cybernetics: The relevance of C. S. Peirce Terrence W. Deacon 1976 SOURCE

"Two things here are all-important to assure oneself of and to remember. The first is that a person is not absolutely an individual. His thoughts are what he is "saying to himself," that is, is saying to that other self that is just coming into life in the flow of time. When one reasons, it is that critical self that one is trying to persuade; and all thought whatsoever is a sign, and is mostly of the nature of language. The second thing to remember is that the man's circle of society (however widely or narrowly this phrase may be understood), is a sort of loosely compacted person, in some respects of higher rank than the person of an individual organism." (5.423)

The triumph of Peirce's musings, thoughts, fragments and texts, an anticipation of the future of intellect, of the fallibility of the "individual" mind, of the unity of science and a metaphysics of the immanent frame, is becoming more and more manifest. This is because ontological values are slowly replacing the false values of the last 2000 years and they move toward a cautious optimism based on the willing of those values of tolerance, democracy, helpfulness and non-idolatry. The last is most important because it encapsulates the First Commandment and makes it a universal aspect of what it means to be human.

Charles Sanders Peirce - Thinking in Threes

Imagining Jesus "Abba's Way" renews the truth

Imagining Jesus "Abba's Way" renews the truth
Imagining Jesus deathy ways recede
We recall his veneration of the child
The economy implicit in a mustard seed
The light in which there is no darkness at all

Charles Sanders Peirce - Thinking in Threes

RRR - Romney Risks Recession - Obama Message Bulletin

REDONE May 23, 2012

Romney risks recession if he joins the GOP in a SECOND debt ceiling charade.

Romney risks recession stripping regulations to the point of enabling further destructive Wall Street gambling.

Romney risks recession by failing to deal with the debt by giving massive tax cuts to the wealthiest.

By pointing these things out consistently, the Obama forces underline the fact that the crash of 2008 was precipitated by the reckless debt-producing acts of the Bush administration.

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