Emerson, that great American poet, said, “Life is a journey, not a destination.” The art of writing and of reading, from either end, could also fit into this aphorism of journey and destination. When you start to read, say a blog, do you hurry to the end? Or enjoy the journey? When I write for you, I often find the most interesting ideas along the way. And what should I report? The destination or the journey?
This time my original destination was an article, A Millennial’s Version of the American Dream. Really!? Do Millennials have their own peculiar version of the American Dream? Apparently so. But that raises the question, “Who, exactly are the Millennials?” as well as the question, “What is their unique American Dream version?” You see? I was beginning to define the way-points of my journey. Just barely having left the runway, I needed to change my ticket. Something that can be done only when flying by Internet Explorer. Read more →