In order to see the world through as clear a lense as possible, it is necessary for each person to expose himself to a variety of conflicting sources. Educated in this fashion he learns to read between the lines, thereby “distilling truth from the essense of nuance,” to quote from Neal Stephenson in his work entitled Snow Crash.
Anyone interested in expanding his mind and broadening his heart might consider reading the following books, which are blowing my mind own right now:
A People’s History of the United States, by Howard Zinn
Living Like You Mean It, by Ronald Frederick, Ph.D.
Man’s Search for Meaning, by Viktor Frankl
There are other books I am reading, but they shall remained unnamed. The two books listed above will be difficult for most Americans to digest; they fly in the face of various misinformation campaigns that have, over the past few generations, sullied and perverted our collective national consciousness. Time is short, so get reading. Aho, mahalo, and om swastiastu.
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