Randomness, whether it is induced by nature or human nature, is a permanent part of this life. Much of our success in this life is how well we deal, not control, with the random events that occur in our lifes. Order is important to strive for but because order ultimately implies perfection our ability to create order is less important than our ability to deal with the lack of it. How one responds to it is important because if done imperfectly and hastily it will mean a loss of individual freedom and create a greater evil than the evil it was originally intended to control or do away with. Faith, hope and charity are the greatest tools we have for dealing with randomness in our lives.
Lived the life of a traveling professor's son. I have lived in California, Oregon, Washington, Indiana, Nevada, Hawaii and Mexico. Growing spent my summers playing sports with my older brother and hiking in the Sawtooth and White Cloud Mountain Ranges. . I am Mormon and went on a two-year mission in the Mazatlan, Mexico area. I have a great, wife and 4 wonderful kids in my life.