A couple of things I want to say about the words I use in these essays.
• When I say “we” I’m not meaning anything royal or universal. It’s just first person plural: me plus any you who wants to sign on.
• Likewise, “you” is anyone listening who feels addressed. Yes, I mean you. Hello!
• When I tag these posts as “everyday philosophy”, I’m wanting to make an example of myself, and invite you to play. Questions arise in life; it’s what they do. They call you to wake up, to engage. This is good and rich and powerful stuff. It’s your birthright. All you have to do is train your nose.
• All opinions expressed are valid at the time of writing.