Archive - November 2010
here is no need to belabor the point in this blog. Gary and I discussed the issue pretty thoroughly. As always, I do try to find an image that will convey the concepts of the material. In this case, the book Fahrenheit 451 has been reprinted so many times that finding the “right” image wasn’t easy. But, this image states in the middle; “What if you did not have the right to read?”
I did not focus on the event; but rather the reasons why the event occurred in relation to Debtor/Creditor Law. There are tons of maxims of law when it comes to the Lender-Borrower or Creditor-Debtor relationship. It is covered throughout history in what are known as Universal Principles, such as “don’t become a surety for debt”; “don’t strike hands for the debts of another”; and “the borrower is a slave to the lender”. And, of course, we see another “maxim” on the bumper-stickers of cars.
The audio within is what I would call a “power conference”. It was recorded just before the first of the year and intended for last Friday. Technically, it is still just after the New Year and this was sitting “in queue”. So, rather than change the name; I am just adding the personal update. Time to move forward.