It's time to say my farewells and goodbyes to Florida. I don't think I'll miss the humidity, lizards, or hurricanes. However, I did meet some friendly people on the way. The following will be my trek back to silicon valley land. No more sunsets into land, welcome back sunsets that gradually disappear into the ocean.
In the darkest of times, would you rather follow someone who is hopeful or someone who is realistic? Would you rather trust in someone who tells you that everything is good and will turn out well or someone who tells you things are the way they are? As a fellow human being, I have to admit to the desire to always want answers to nagging questions. But not only is that true, but there is a tendency to want the answers to be good ones, ones that we can readily accept into our frame of reference of the world. Maybe that is why religion is such a powerful idea. It lets us see into the future. It lets us feel comfortable with the unknown or the unknowable. (if I was truthful with myself) Until such a time when a time-machine can be invented, there is no way I will know for certain what would happen to me tomorrow.... or even the next hour....
but not knowing the answer is scary. Not knowing paralyzes me. And admitting to it, is terrifying .
Choosing a Python IDE
A really high view of the Nassau port.
The Atlantis casino.
The big ole aquarium at the bottom of Atlantis.