Incompetence, Impracticality, Corruption, and Failure, Sometimes Not Such a ‘Bad Thing!’

Sometimes wonder if it is not for the better or such a ‘bad thing,’ that either position is unable to fully realize their full fantasy of goals. My immediate reasoning, the one that could fully reach their fantasy of goals, might be the one that, I fear. And, if it were the one that I agree with, there is always the danger that they would see their success as justification to go to the extreme. More
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About Jeremy P. Boggess

Ever since Jeremy Boggess was a small child, he has felt that there would be a chain of events set in motion and that his task would be to help us all through those changes.

He was born in 1971 in the United States of America, and in 2016 moved to Europe. In the 2000s he ran for the Idaho Senate several times as an independent with a desire to make a positive contribution to the lives of people. In 2008, while running for office, he self-published his first book of philosophical observations, Thoughts & Responsibilities. He graduated from Boise State University and Lewis-Clark State College with business degrees. Additionally, since childhood, he has studied philosophy and sociology because of his concern for the future of humankind.

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… is not for the better or such a ‘bad thing,’ that either position is unable to fully realize or complete their full fantasy of goals. … reasoning for this is that the one that could fully reach their fantasy of goals, might be the one that, I fear. … if it were the one that I agree with, … danger that the side that I agree with would see their success as justification to go to the extreme.

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