For me, there is no greater enjoyment than to attempt to acquire good moral habits, to traverse through the matrix of my mind, my past and present and relate, reconstitute and investigate the context of my decisions, the questionable views that I may hold and ultimately study my own emotions and actions until I reach that mean, the equilibrium that Immanuel Kant describes as “…the firmly grounded disposition to fulfill one’s duty strictly.”[i] For many, such discipline is extreme in our contemporary world of ‘having fun’ or as Maimonides writes, “[t]hey are the same people that say: “Eat and drink for tomorrow we die,”’[ii] however happiness for me is a type of subjective science and I desire above all else the capacity to obtain the wisdom toward a truthful and genuine understanding of love. Read More

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