Not mine, I assure you.
But Dr. Paul Craig Roberts has featured a post that is well worth reading, written by an ophthalmologist in Tennessee who retired this past April, probably earlier than he would have needed to if things had been different.
I promise you that the writer is articulate, informed, experienced, and well worth reading. He will take up ten or fifteen minutes of your time.
I am not mentioning this for the sake of my many Republican and Democrat friends, especially Christian ones, almost none of whom will be impressed by anything this retiring doctor has to say. They have nothing but scorn for another doctor, an obstetrician, who is also retiring this year -- from public life, in his case. (After watching this phenomenon occur repeatedly for the last few years, I am coming to understand some of the reasons why this categorical rejection occurs; and the reasons are so deeply a part of their thinking, for so long, that it is impossible for me to seriously imagine that they will change. I have only lately come to terms with this.)
Rather, I am providing this link for the very small handful of people who regularly read this blog. For you.
What this retiring doctor has to say may be of real benefit to you personally, and family members who care about what you think and do, and why. (And who may depend upon you, too.) He deserves as wide a reading as possible, because -- precisely because -- not one in ten people will pay him any attention. But some of the readers of this blog will.
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Again, here is the link. Comments are always welcome, of course.