Over the last few months I have been studying people and their priorities. I think we are living in a very uncomfortable time and that historians one hundred years from now will find our society and our choices both unbelievable and fascinating.

I have been trying to wrap my brain around one question: how do people create a rationle for their priorities? Social Security, national debt, Terry Shavio hearings, Cassie and Edmund’s baby, talking v. doing, avoidance, etc.

Just something to think about. Most of us see and deal with the same things on a daily basis, yet our priorities are clearly different for the most part.

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