Thing is, I don’t really know who you are. Too few of you leave a comment. I especially want comments and suggestions. In some cases I have written blogs on a past search topic, e.g. point of view of the writer of the “Tortoise and the Geese.” That was fun, but it was after the fact. If I had more suggestions and questions, I could take The Tortoise Factor in new directions — with your help.
You’ve noticed that I am all over the place doing reviews of a few books, offering views on career, the political scene and literature I know a little about. Believe me, it’s a smattering. I have a current events focus.
And then a take tangent and post a love poem by George Herbert, a 17th Century preacher and poet. His poem is timeless and beautiful — at least for me. It is pleasant to read a traditional sonnet with rime, formal structure and timeless content. But that’s my take, not yours.
Please let me know what you think. I promise not to drown you in emails. I promise to keep your address confidential — but I’d like to make you friends of the Tortoise.
Steadfast and cautious,
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