Lazarus Cadonkopf
Subscriber since: January 2014
Location: Lawrenceville, GA
About Me
Happily a pile of sheepskins that have resulted in rabbit trails that have permitted me to enjoy the Best of,and especially the knowledge of four subtly linked, but inherently different approaches to life, through the careers that blossomed from being comfortable in an academic environment since I was five. Am 2/3 the way through what will probably be my last foray into Academia, with a denouement of passing on what I know as an Educator, or, sharing what I know with a partial completion of the initial cycle into Life Health and Behavior, as a Psycho-physiological repairman, or now, as a Spiritual Wellness Consultant. Sorrowfully a Single Dad, but happy as punch with my 15 y.o daughter. Apple is near the tree.Definitely a bibliophile, and minutia dependent.Pleasure found in listening, reading, and learning, with a periodic complex conundrum thrown in for levity. Lonely, but happy with my skin.
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Favorite Word:

propitiation
Relief regarding , what I have , by grace, been given, no matter from whence I have come, unconditionally, from the designer of the Provident Plan. What?, me worry? Not a chance is where I dance in faith.
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pretentious
The negative attempt to foster the appearance of all that I value in order to gain the shell of respect and appearance of that which is desired, without the internal structure or the ability to provide the cognitive energy to support that illusory effort. It is the personification of living a lie.
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Favorite Quote:

"If I'm not meant to be part of the solution, or do not possess the tools to assist a change, then corrective measures aren't meant to involve me, according to the Providential Plan or, I'm not the problem. (Basis borrowed, elaboration, mistakes, my own)."
- L. Eldridge Cleaver. You're part of the solution or you are part of the problem.