Wednesday, March 24, 2010

I'd like to say that I've been distracted by my three year old son

To my valued readers, please excuse my lack of puplication. My energy has been devoted to my young son, and watching his mind expand in it's capacity for creative and abstract thought. It is truly a miracle I have had the pleasure of watching every day. The language Scheme pales in comparison to the expressivity of a young human mind as it begins it's exponential growth in the uniquely human venture of creating structure where none previously existed. The fantasy world of a young child only serves to remind those who have grown old how little we actually know for certain, since many adults have ceased to allow their minds to ponder the stuff of the eternaties. But, surprisingly, one need only spend but a little time devoted to reentering the world of a child, to experience the delight of living in a world entirely of your choosing. I highly recommend spending time with your children before their minds become taunted with the artificial boundaries placed on their thought process by our own effort to teach them how the world actually works, as if any of us actually had the capacity of thought to believe we actually knew. Stay safe, --kyle

1 comments:

Bill said...

I'm teaching my 2 year old to say "These Degrees Mean Nothing!" Unfortunately, right now it sounds a lot like "I wanna cookie!"