telling tales of doing the impossible

kind2At this point, you might be concerned that too much of my personal philosophy comes from science fiction, but I’ll argue back. Stories of a speculative nature throw out a lot of societal constraints found in other frameworks, making it a fine realm in which to develop one’s code of ethics. It is absolutely where I have developed mine.

Read more at It’s About What You Believe.

(For more Wonder Woman inspired thoughts, see Top Requirement for a Superhero, Believe, I believe in appreciating those who protect us. All of them, and Believe in Tomorrow.)

Comments on: "It’s About What You Believe" (1)

  1. richard magee said:

    Good sci-fi deals with a whole range of philosophic issues.  I exclude science fantasy (flying dragons, etc.).  

    Sent: Sunday, August 06, 2017 at 9:10 AM

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