Ted’s essays

At what age does your knowledge of the world stop growing?

This very imprecise chart represents a lifespan on the X-axis and knowledge of the world, culture, on the Y-axis.

Place yourself, where you are today on the X-axis.

Do you know less today than you did last week?

Or are you still increasing your knowledge?

Do you expect to forget more than you learn anytime soon?

How do you feel you compare to yourself ten years ago?

Where do you expect to be ten years in the future?


Take a few minutes to mark your spot

Where are you today?

There are significant reasons those who would rule the world broke up the nuclear family and segregated children and adults by age. Primary among them is to eliminate The Wisdom Of The Elders from passing between generations.

In its place are pronouncements of official experts.

Trust us. We are from the government, and we are here to help you.

No society with healthy families and communities would believe over half the stuff that eminates from today’s government experts.

Among things that elders who are not isolated from other age groups know is that the exuberance and inquisitiveness of youth can lead to discovery.

The elders, on the other hand, may have already discovered, and for good reasons discarded some of these “new innovations”.

Respect your position in your life cycle.

Unless you think you are spectacularly gifted in comparison to those around you, respect their positions as well.


The above is not relevant, however, if mental growth has been arrested by television and real knowledge has been supplanted by garbage from the ruling elite’s propaganda services.

Anyone with a developmental age above 6 or 8 years old can safely ignore regurgitations of those who invited the media monopoly to occupy their brains or embraced government trainers as a source of superior knowledge.