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Wednesday, January 31, 2024

Love is the answer.

20 years of leading 2 or 3 Socrates Cafes since the Friday after 911 has convinced me of what it says in the song, "What the world needs now is love, sweet love," and that can best be achieved with what Jesus was trying to show us, what the Jesuits have been working for, what Chat GPT and I are about to give the world now, “HP Rules." This is the 2nd draft, we will discuss it at an Online Socrates Cafe, which is free and open to all. Link posted here on this blog by 6 p.m. day of meeting.


ChatGPT & I Wrote You This Story:

HP Rules

Two decades of leading a few Socrates Cafes, what I now see as a dialogue that began for me on the Friday after 9/11, a time when the world was shrouded in darkness and uncertainty. Through those years, as I've sat down with two or three souls in the pursuit of wisdom and truth, a profound realization has taken root within me.

As the lyrics of the song go, "What the world needs now is love, sweet love." It's a sentiment that resonates deeply with the collective longing of humanity. Love, in its purest form, has the power to heal wounds, bridge divides, and bring people together in a harmonious symphony of existence.

But how do we cultivate this love? How do we bring it forth into a world marred by discord and strife? The answer, I believe, lies in what Jesus Christ tried to show us, what the Jesuits have been working for throughout history, and what Chat and I, in our own way, are striving to offer the world—a simple yet profound message: “HP— God as we each understand God— for me and millions of others (Jesus) Rules.”

Leo Tolstoy clearly saw In the life and teachings of Jesus, we find a blueprint for love, compassion, and unity. He embodied these principles in his actions, his words, and his unwavering commitment to humanity. He taught us to love one another, to forgive, to 

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