Friday, November 26, 2004

Offending Perfection

Wow, how easy it is to offend some one. I seam to learn this lesson almost every day. And two day I have learned it twice over. But still I don't realize what I am doing until I have done it. Why is it that one might know what not to do, but not realize that what they are doing will soon cause what is wrong to have to happen. Is it always stoppable, or is it impossible not to offend someone, that you are around all the time? I think that this image of not offending is not possible, offending makes people think and look at what is going on. Humans are not perfect and there for what they do is not perfect, and offending some one just proves that. It is a byproduct of imperfection, there for it must happen. Don't let that be a reason not to try, I am now saying to my self, we all know that imperfection is impossible, but still we must try. Why? Well I think that if we don't try to move forwards we will fall backwards.

Alir J. Black

Thursday, November 25, 2004


We all have dreams when we are kids. We think about being a fireman, a police officer, SUPERMAN anyone. We all have dreams when we are young, but when we grow up we forget all that we want to be. Why, I don't know, but that is something to think about now. What did we all use to dream, and why do we not dream it anymore.

There is some Thanksgiving food for thought.

Alir J. Black

Wednesday, November 24, 2004

Why cant we think for our selfs

What has happened now a days, half the population does not think for them selfish. We are becoming more and more like machines taking what we know and doing nothing with it. How are we supposed to have great thinkers when people don't know how things work. How are we supposed to have great minds, when people don't know why things work, or why we, in all things, do stuff a certain way. If one just knows the in the inside angles of a triangle add up too 180 but does not understand the outside angles of each corner are 360 - the inside angle, and if they do know this, but don't know why, how are they supposed to understand how angles work, and come up with new ways to find these angles, new ways to use this information.

Have computers been the done fall of mans thought. In the 70's society questioned its self. But now, in the 2000's what are we doing, we don't try and use logic to figure out who proved that the earth was not the center of the universe, not that we can really prove that one because we don't even know if the universe is THE GOOD OLD SIDE WAYS 8, infinant. But any way, back to the question at hand. Have computer, easy knowledge, hurt our logic? But then again computer programmers have some of the best logic there is today(just my opinion).

Maybe schools are the problem. Are the teachers not teaching kids to figure things out for themselves. I wonder if we took text books out of a class room, and just talked about the math, teacher to student. And asked the students to take guess at what the are coming up with, then maybe they will think for them selfish. In one of my math classes, 10th greedy year, calculus, I had this teacher, who only used the book for homework. He would work with us all class on learning how things happened. He would show us a derivative, and then talk to us about them. It was nice to have a teacher that would talk to us like we were the next rulers of the world, not some little kids.

Any way, I think that we need to start finding ways to teach kids how to think for them selfish, to come up with there own ideas. Many already do this, but they only question there parents and the government, why don't we have the question science. How many things do we preach as fact when they are only theory?

Please reply to this.

Alir J. Black

Tuesday, November 23, 2004

Start off

This will be a blog on just random thaughts that i have in the day. Most of the time it will make little to no sence. But i hope that once or twice a mounth to take all that i write here and put it in to a nice peace of life.

Alir J. Black
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