Today is the last day of May in 2010 CE, the final day of the long Memorial Day Weekend, a day traditionally set aside for family gatherings with picnics, barbecues, and jovial interaction -- in America, that is. I'm not sure if this is true in other countries.
It's still early morning here in Tucson, Arizona and I am sitting here sipping from a cup of steaming green tea and looking out the window, just watching the cactus grow and allowing the tenuous tendrils of troublesome thoughts to trail off to wheresoever such nettles of nothingness eventually stray and perhaps finally come to rest.
One of those wispy thoughts was related to the many types of lies so prevalent in today's American society; that thought being whether lying (overtly or covertly) is more often productive or counter-productive to the liar that is doing the lying.
The thought will probably return later, demanding more detailed analysis.
If not, well... small loss. Sometimes I believe that I think way too much, and way too often.
More than most people would want to know about Lies and Confabulations can be found at:
More later . . .