I've come newfound revealed truth that lo these years of inculcation that oom pretty smart, and that if I have even a slight rudimentary knowledge of a subject (either via my 8 years of post high school education or the school of hard knocks) that I ought not be passive but take a leadership role. After all, that was one of the central foci of my graduate school studies. Leadership of small groups and organizations. Time to trust myself.
I recently got in touch with an old school buddy, from some of elementary, the bus stop in middle, and freshman year of high school. He tapped my computer and research skills in the start of his new ministry, which hopefully dovetails with my extant mission. Ala the Blues Brothers: I'm on a mission from GOD. With any luck, I will at least get more involved with a younger spiritual cohort. Hopefully in my travels, I'll meet a nice young woman, with whom to start a family. As my newfound credo states: any step forward is a step in the right direction. Can't hurt for trying.
Didn't Pat Benatar liken love to a battlefield?
Industry would happily rectify the situation. But even sensible logging is a boogeyman.
Government,ble greenpeace, environuts, et al. have combined to light that fire(s).
Hey, at least I can Google when I hit brick walls, which I imagine happening quite frequently at first. Such is the peril of endeavoring at any denovo stretch goal.
After an initial miscoordination, my pastor buddy, Justino, who's a longtime friend from elementary, middle and high school, finally met up, and week meet up again next week, such that I might help him start this ministry that he's looking to start. Good meet up today; hopefully good pretends for a future endeavor.