Tombstone

“Politics and theology were never far apart in Massachusetts Bay. And that was the source of the trouble” – America’s Hidden History by Kenneth Davis

Have you given some thought to your imminent epitaph?

I would hope that kind words would etch my stone but that will not be my decision.

My preference would be – “He was among the chosen and lived a long life”

Seems the longer I live – the more I think I understand.

That’s important to me. I really want to understand what the hell is going on?

Wonder how long I need to live to understand women?

Is that even possible?

And please ladies, I am not a misogynist. I am, simply, a baffled male.

“Be ashamed to die until you have won some victory for humanity” – American History of the Pioneer Spirit by Richard Ketchum

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