Iam A Mott


I was born the same year as the release of Ayn Rand's book Atlas Shrugged. I read it when I was in high school.

At three years old my grandfather on my mother's side told me I had his last name I stood up and said "I am a Mott". He thought it was great that I had a strong personality and told others. My father told me to never let a man tell me he was smarter than me because he was not. I was expected to think for myself not just blindly follow.

I was never afraid to ask why when I was a child. The answer 'because that is the way it is' was never good enough for me because it did not give me a real answer. I needed to know more than that. So I would seek the answers on my own if no one could give me an informed answer. This is something I have continued to do and have no plans to stop.

What I write is based on the belief that we have a right to our own conclusions. No one has the right to tell you what you have to believe. That is for you to decide.

Experience, questioning, observation and research combined I believe will give you a clear picture of your life and what is or isn't important for you. Experience and questioning being the most important aspects.


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