A Costly Journey

 

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           While conducting research for “The Work Volume III – The Balancing Act Between Men  Women: A Discussion on Relationships and Sex,” new ideas for further, future written works have come to the surface.  As we took a more comprehensive and exhaustive look at the dynamics of finance, economics, demography, human nature, modern civilization, genetics, male and female intersexual dynamics, biology, etc., we began to realize that we were focusing on the trees instead of noticing the forest which encompasses them. 

 

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            Since we have now a recognizable pattern to take a more forest instead of the trees approach to where we are in modern civilization, our next work will more than likely be a magnum opus work that will conclude our investigation into human nature in the modern sense, from an approach to the many facets of modern civilization.  We will then return to ancient civilization in an effort to explain our origins from a more detailed and exhaustive way.

 

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            Doing these types of research can be time consuming and take a great deal of sacrifice and discipline.  But it was our passion to embark on this journey, not just for our own benefit, but for those who would also see a benefit in the work as well.

 

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             A few things that we have learned along this road that we have taken to heart and will take to our graves.  One, this work is not for everyone.  Two, nothing in this life is free, even if it doesn’t necessarily cost money. Three, much of this type of work is thankless due to many not desiring to not only not embark on such journeys, but also many don’t see the benefit in understanding the world and the environment in which they inhabit.  Finally, we do this because we love it.  We do this because we love you.

 

P.S., We invite you to come along on this voyage, this journey.  Who knew what this journey would cost us?

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