April 8, 2021
Progress . . .
The dictionary says the word means “to move forward, to develop to a higher, better, or more advance stage.”
Sounds simple enough. The word has historically been applied to material things. For example the average automobile today is the result of the “progress” made in technology as in steel, plastics, electronics, over the past 100 years or so, etc. The TV of today is the result of the “progress” made in many fields that allows us to watch things happen around the world day or night.
Progress has historically been associated as something good. However, when...
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