My blog is now almost five years old and covers 12 categories. Perhaps, the most important are faith, history, math, and language. I have given them more time and effort than the others, in the case of math because I am slow and must do every problem with pencil and paper, and more of it is on Quora, which I am doing less and less of, but there is relatively little about science.
I look back at old entries, which comprise a mini school, and don’t remember many of them. That is the chief difference between me and my student, the genius. He remembers much more. Today in tutoring, we had a secret. I showed him a military video that mama might not like him to see, nothing violent but something boys like viewing, that's all, and he put his arm around my shoulders.
My worldview sprang into being at about age 17 and remains the same. I am not in an unchanging circle, however. I have a beginning and an end. This view is due to Catholicism.
I don’t cry much, but I am amazed by the world around me. The most startling thing I ever saw was a true night sky in Yosemite National Park near Hetch Hetchy Dam. It was a moonless, September night. Two of us lay on a slight slope and turned off our flashlights and there, for the first time and only time, I saw a true night sky. The photo below is only an approximation.