This little area will help me find a few things I use here and there. If it helps anyone else, it’s just luck… good luck.

Order in some hands is overrated, as chaos is in other hands.  Order, though, is a useful concept to advance liberty; and randomness is similarly useful for imagination and creativity, and growth.  So we use both.

So, below, not entirely randomly and yet in no particular order …

Random Convenience

  1. UNO RANDOM DEL DIA:  “I Will Always Love You” to his Mom
  2. Dos Random Del Dia: Do our best: Bring your water
  3. Tres Random Del Dia:  Numeric glimpse of synergies
  4. Cuatro Random Del Dia:  Ashe’s to Ashes
  5. CINCO RANDOM DEL DIA:   Mend a Heart
  6. Seis Random del Dia:  I need a word …
  7. Siete Random del Dia:  What will become of us? [A live version, wish I had the video of this one.  This is something some guy grabbed off the TV … where’s the real deal?]
  8. Ocho Random del Dia:  Everyone has a song or several that comes back to them again and again which brings feelings you understand but don’t understand at all, right?  Here’s a sociology stew into which romance and heartbreak are all woven together.  “Then came the churches then came the schools, Then came the lawyers then came the rules …  All the way down the telegraph road.”  I’ve never watched the video … content to listen.
  9. Nueve Random del Dia: The artistic beauty of an activist.  Why?
  10. Diez Random del Dia: This is a song that anytime I feel like making fun of something, it pops into my head and won’t leave.  It makes me laugh out loud because it is so silly and self-important.  I really Kimbra the most.  Parody-worthy:  QB that I used to Know
  11. Once del Dia: “Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!”  Some days this strength is tested, and we show our fear and our lacking.   This Land is Our Land; This Land is Our Land
  12. Doce del Dia:  Roger Antonsen: Math is the hidden secret to understanding the world.  Try to change your perspective … it makes your mind more flexible … have a mind like water.
  13. Trece del Dia:  Massive love — no boundaries.  “Jedidah Isler: How I fell in love with …”  When do we ever know where love’s first flutter will take us?
  14. Catorce del Dia:  They are named for the ancient Greek philosopher Plato who theorized in his dialogue, the Timaeus, that the classical elements were made of these regular solids
  15. Quince del Dia: You’re Never Too Old For Airplane
  16. Dieciséis del Dia:  Look (or rather listen), Carrie Nugent is a professional asteroid finder, who named one after Mildred Jeter Loving (a top 5 hit by the Supremes called Loving v. VA), Malala Yousafzai, Harriet Tubman and Rosa Parks.  Nugent (more literally a rock star than Ted, of Cat Scratch fame) a female astronomer, is mapping near-Earth asteroids because she knows it is her job, among all the animals, to protect Earth thus.  The audio link above is nice because you hear Carrie talk about naming asteroid Loving, but here is the video for the many who need to watch and not just listen.