Word and Quote of the Week

sacrosanct – (especially of a principle, place, or routine) regarded as too important or valuable to be interfered with.    Late 15th century

“Extremism stifles true progression in all fields of human advancement;  it is a detriment to everything but war, tribalism and the personal power of Nietzschean entities, striving only for the narcissistic vindication of their ego and will.  The enlightened mind knows that all is challengable, ergo questions all and thus, learns and grows;  progression.  The weak and narrow mind makes its beliefs sacrosanct;  fearful of challenge, their creed becomes unalterable, defended with violence.”  –  Daniel S. Fletcher, Jackboot Britain

The New Moon is Friday, September 27, 2019.