I live in Lauderdale County, Alabama, near Lexington, on 75 acres of beautiful pastures and woodland. I received my Master's in sociology from Memphis State University and my PhD from the University of Missouri,Columbia. I have academic minors in psychology and political science. Before my retirement, I taught college courses related to my specialization in criminology and theories of deviant behavior. Now, however, I am pursuing an intense interest in spiritual matters, which I regard as of much more enduring consequence than anything I taught in the fields of sociology and criminal justice. I realize that I have always wanted to bring love, compassion, and wisdom into the way of life which is ours to create and share. The things I studied in my formal academic career are a reflection of that desire and my present, more expanded pursuit of spiritual knowledge is, after all, not a great departure from that underlying intent.
Tyson Fishkill, Mulberry Fork of Sipsey River, Alabama Greetings my friends. Yesterday, November 20, I noticed an article in our local paper, The Times Daily (https://www.timesdaily.com/news/state/alabama-ag-working-on-tyson-fish-kill-penalty/article_76b03e83-e302-5ebb-a69e-26f78b591802.html ). This article reports on recent developments in the investigation of ” the largest recorded fish kill in state history.” I decided […]