Whoa, Baby, You Better Be Sure You Can Ride That Horse!
It's possible that the American psyche is due for a shift in the tectonic arrangement of its value system to bring it more into line with the realities of the modern world. French writer André Malraux once asked a Catholic priest what he had learned from a lifetime of hearing confessions.The priest immediately told him, "There is no such thing as an adult person." That considered opinion seems to have a fundamentally substantial basis in fact. People’s motivations are engraved in stone at a very tender age, and then they use whatever knowledge and sophistication they acquire to advance their childish agenda.And they expect to be humored and indulged. This theory of grown idiots subsuming humanity to their infantile illusions has never been more evidently showcased than in twenty-first century America, where a high-ranking administration official boldly proclaimed to an observer, "We are an empire. Reality is whatever we say it is."Whoa, Baby, You Better Be Sure You Can Ride That Horse!
Universities claim to prepare students for the world. How many actually do it?