I made this first official daily entry on August 1, 2010.
Throughout the years, I will be adding to the archives of this journal by making notes on dates occurring before August 1, 2010. But if it is one’s desire to follow my current daily thoughts, and that one wishes to understand what happened yesterday that might have influenced a thought shared today, then one should read all the daily entries leading up to that day, beginning with August 1, 2010.
As the archived record grows, one may search the archives and review any day of any year highlighted therein. The entries into this journal of my past reflections and experiences will be an ongoing process as I compile the information necessary for my future autobiography, The Man From Joe’s Bar and Grill. This autobiography will not be published as a first edition until sometime after the year 2012. With the information provided from my ongoing daily journal, there will be future updated editions of the autobiography as they are needed and prepared.
What I write on a daily basis will be reviewed and edited for grammar, punctuation, and comprehension; therefore, there will be as many updates to my personal entries as my editors feel are needed. (Sometimes my hands work independently of my imperfect brain and things are not quite expressed as they are meant to be. :-))
I pull no punches in this journal, nor am I embarrassed by any of my personal realities. My enemies and critics are welcome to follow the posts and research and verify everything that is written—for it will be the truth as far as I am able to express it. And yes, I realize that anything I say can be used against me in a court of law by any who wish to confront me there. I have nothing to hide from the laws established in our world, as long as those enforcing the laws treat me with the same equality and fairness afforded and granted to others. Unfortunately, as has been in my past, this is not always the case.
Whether or not one believes what is written is not my concern. My deepest desire is that my thoughts are made available to the world to counter the falsehoods and misrepresentations that others have imagined, invented, and publicly published or will publish about me and this Marvelous Work and a Wonder®.
Those who choose to interpret my feelings and actions with their own personal prejudices are welcome to do so. Human truth is formed and accepted exclusively in the mind of each individual—thus creating as many real truths as there are free-willed human beings. Therefore, to the honest seeker of truth, who understands this, and also that there are always two sides to any issue, this journal will be of benefit.
I am and will always be whoever a free-willed human being wants me to be. Good for some, evil for others. But all that is ultimately important to me is being true to myself. If I am satisfied with who I am and what I do, then what others think about me does not matter.
I am completely satisfied with who I am and what I do!
Welcome to my world!