Like beauty, wisdom is relative to the beholder. After trading the safety and control of financial and professional success and a 20-year happy marriage for the chaos of liars, lizards, and snakes in 2002, Diggs comes to terms with life and a reality he thought he had left far behind. Along the way, he meets with immortality and the truest love… Mostdiggity posits on life, love, family, friends, sports, politics, etc. from a fresh perspective, untethered by conventional wisdom and unbound by guilt, sometimes in his unique “poison penmanship”.
He chose the title “Sagaciously….Pugnaciously” …well, with sagacity. It represents much of who he is, how he thinks, and how he handles those whom he feels are ignorant pretenders who only see our world from the narrow spoon fed view which they were
taught indoctrinated to believe since mama’s nipple.
A voracious reader since age 19 (thank you Steve Wood and Gutenberg) and lover of language and history and science and every other subject (my reading bucket list too large for this here), I admit to knowing a lot about almost everything but little about anything, and mostly nothing at all (yes, that’s exactly how I mean it).
Mostdiggity is more a “Big Picture” guy who may not be perfectly on target, but like a hand grenade he can still be right-ish. And yes, sometimes there is collateral damage; in brutal honesty. Individual free rights without infringing on others his holy grail, and understanding the intricate nuances of existence his quest (there are many sides and angles that eventually make up the prism of here and now, and without this realization and understanding one is simply ignorant). He abhors the HATER and the politically motivated individual (the “god-is-money” archetype), whether it is in business, home life, social circles, or governments. He’s had plenty of it (money) and stands by… “it ain’t all that”. But neither is being broke.
As for god, he’s undecided… but knows that god has NOTHING to do with religion or politics (who are joined at the hip). Stay tuned for his treatise on the subject…likely to be his Magnum Opus. You ain’t heard nuttin’ yet.