In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “No Cliffhangers.”
Write a post about the topic of your choice, in whatever style you want, but make sure to end it with “…and all was well with the world.”
I recently stumbled into the words “sustainably improving choices”. It happened while I was surfing through someone’s Facebook page. My perpetual state of curiosity often subjects me to being snagged by a tractor beam that drags me into an entirely uncharted course on the Starship Internet. In any case, this particular voyage began with a person’s political status on their Facebook profile. It said they were a radical centrist. I had never seen that term before so I went on a curiosity quest and ended up on ‘Wikipedia” reading their definition of, ”radical centrist”. Here is an excerpt of what it said;
Various groups have adopted radical center as a term to describe a third way philosophy which includes their belief that, in affirming the core principles involved on both sides of a dilemma, the dilemma or disagreement can be rendered moot.
As a relatively grass-roots movement, especially in the United States, there is no definitive statement of radical middle politics. A primary recurring theme, however, might be the idea of “sustainably improving choices.”
Basically, it means that everything is possible simultaneously in the universe and if something can happen it will. It’s all very ZEN and makes for a grand attempt to conjure up the idea that the middle road leads to all possibilities…blah blah blah. OK so that being said let’s get back to my three words. Well, they are not MY three words because I suspect they have traveled together for some time. Continue reading