About The Thousand-Year View

The Thousand-Year View applies time-tested ideas to the problems of our modern era.

9 Responses to About The Thousand-Year View

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  2. Please do not forget the Christians who also know that there will be a thousand year period.

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  4. Hi there,

    I am the writer of A Questioner’s Journey. I clicked on the referrer link on my stat page from October 30th and it sent me to your blog. I notice the link to my blog on your blogroll. I just wanted to thank you for that.

    I am going to bookmark your blog page, which I already skimmed and am leaving a comment on “Can Truth and Niceness Coexist?”, and may get back to reading some more. I also put your book – Why Sane People Believe Crazy Things: How Belief Can Help or Hurt Social Peace on one of my Amazon lists.

    Take care,

    Steven

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  7. I know you understand how perilous free speech is at the moment. I try to be as neutral as I can when writing but I lean on the conservative side. We have the greatest nation on earth, but I understand a nation we need always to improve. I was arguing with my grown kids today and they do not seem to understand that if what they call ‘White America’ succumbs to the insurrection their lives will be so much worse. I have this simple mantra, if you show up at school every day, then at work every day, you will succeed, no matter who you are. It is that simple. I am sorry I am ranting here. I am very frustrated.

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    • N.S. Palmer says:

      I’m right there with you, my friend. I preach that we shouldn’t worry about things we can’t control, but it’s easier to say than to do. I try to be in the moment when I see something that’s beautiful, enjoy the sunshine and the breeze. And I try to remember that the worst days we’ve had are better than the best days of many other people in the world. We are truly blessed, and if we must at some point give up that blessing, we still received it.

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