One full year has passed since the first version of the Grammar Captive website was uploaded to the internet.
It has been a very long year with numerous and major set-backs. Still, many good things have happened. And, in celebration of today’s anniversary, I would like to bring to your attention to the newest feature of the developmental podcast host page.
From this moment forward each new podcast will be tagged with one of five categories including Concept, Form and Use, or one of the three Grammar Captive techniques: Clausal Analysis, Linear Analysis, and Socratic Inversion. Not only will users be able to select podcasts according to category, but all podcasts will be listed in order of their publication with the most recent appearing first.
Under the category Chronology all podcasts, no matter their category tag are listed together in chronological order.
Although no podcast has yet been produced, click on the heading Chronology in the podcast hostpage‘s navigation bar. You will know that you have reached the end when you have clicked on a link called Click and Listen and the selected podcast appears. Enjoy!
It was a major technical feat to achieve this highly organized display style, but it was well worth the effort. For now, users will be able to find what they are looking for with a minimum of effort.
Life is full of surprises. Still, you can quit at anytime, if you have grown weary of their outcome. For, after all, survival is but a first step; it is a primitive instinct that does not distinguish us, humans, from other animals. Accordingly, if it is all that you can achieve in life, do not be surprised that others treat you like an ordinary animal. Alas, if it is all there is left, and you have grown weary, it is good justification to depart.
Before you go, however, look deep inside and determine if you are not the cause of your own demise. For, in the end, society owes you nothing, and even your parents are likely to forsake you, if you have not been grateful. Have you said thanks for all that you have received, and have you given in return for all that you have taken?
John F. Kennedy once stated "Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country". Obviously, he was not thinking of taxes, but the help that he would require to become an effective president. Little that is great can be achieved alone. Then too, it takes great leaders to motivate society and move it forward in a manner that will pave the way to a better tomorrow. The world is in need of good leaders. Maybe you are one of them in disguise.
Indeed, no one owes you a living, but if people see you struggling they are apt to lend a hand. Just do not be afraid to reach out. And, do not quit, if nothing is given in return. For, many people simply do not care, and you must not let them get you down.
You have a right to your own life and the pursuit of your own happiness, so do not be afraid to claim what is yours. Just do not take what belongs to others, if it not without their permission or obtained in fair competition. And, cry out when you have been cheated, but only if there is something to be gained from your cries, for few people like a cry-baby. Be judicious, strategic, and select your battles wisely. Do not waste your time with trivial injustices, for we all make errors, and we are all, therefore, subject to the injustice of others.
It is the very thought of exercising my freedom of last resort that keeps me alive, for it is the comfort that I can put an end to my suffering at any time that allows me to endure enormous pain. It is what gives me the courage to fight for what is right without fear of losing. It is a powerful freedom that you should never surrender!
Just do not make pain your goal, or you will surely finish a loser. Then too, never place pleasure over goodness and know to distinguish between the two.
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