My wife went to work tonight after attending a neighborhood meeting about a retirement home called Resthaven that is around the corner from us that has plans to expand to the size of a football field. Our neighbors across the street are concerned/upset because Resthaven's new building expansion will be in their back yards. Resthaven also plans to cut down the trees/the woods in the area back of our neighbor's yards. I would personally miss seeing these trees/forest because our neighborhood flock of crows like to perch in these trees and make a lot of racket/socialize. I hope Resthaven decides not to cut down these trees and build in the back yards of our neighbors. But in this corrupt world money determines everything, not people and property values. America is ruled by greed and an intense thirst for human blood. For example if Donald Trump wins the Presidency America will once again start up a colossal War Machine and attack the foes of Western Civilization/the Good Life here in good old USA. (I personally do not see why Americans think America should be the Policeman of this insane world?)
So this day went by without much fuss. I read my books and watched birds by our bird feeder. In the mail this afternoon I received a new book titled, "The Apostle Paul and the Christian Life: Ethical and Missional Implications of the New Perspective" Edited by Scot McKnight & Joseph B. Modica. I have been reading in this book an essay titled, 'The Christian Life from the Perspective of Paul's Letter to the Galatians' by James D.G. Dunn.
I was going to write something besides what I wrote about above, but now it all seems pointless. I suppose I will close to read my books and go to bed early. Life keeps flowing by.