About this site
It is growing. Hopefully daily. It was first online right after Thanksgiving, in November of 2016.
I love my mother.
I just had to say that. Dad too. I wrote this on my mother’s birthday.
I’ll bet most of you, do, too. And by that, I mostly mean you love your own parents.
About the Author
For now, my identity is “Son Of A History Professor“. or @sonofahistorypr I am a regular dude. I worry about paying my mortgage, if my company (high tech) will have layoffs, and sending my kids to college one day. And recently, I decided to create the Ark of History as a place.
This is the picture I use for my online identity. One day – probably less than a year from now – the whole world will likely know my name. Do I have something to hide? Only my political opinions from my co-workers.
I know. I’ve got radical ideas – Love. (Agape. Even Philia, Pragma, and Ludus. Not Eros. That’s only for my wife.) I just want to have the whole site up, and functioning, so that people (my co-workers) can see the whole idea and how beautiful it is.
What kind of place is this?
Here is the Ark of History on Twitter. And on Facebook. It is a place – founded on principles – that like minded people join …for the purpose of uniting Americans in prosperous liberty. And they do that by using principled action and Indomitable Love.
And…I guess it is a place that asks you to call your mother and say you love her.
Call to Action
- Call your Mother and tell her you love her. If this is would be unusual for you both, then just giggle a little bit, and say only that you love her. *Don’t mention this site*. Keep the magic. Okay, I changed my mind. Do mention this site – but only if she has a Facebook or Twitter account. And wait a good ten minutes between saying “I love you” and the time you mention this site.
- Call your Father and do the same. Yeah, even if you’re a dude. Yes, it felt awkward the first time I said it to my dad. He liked it. you will, too.
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Son Of A History Professor