The year was 1989. I was taking two Greek classes and Hebrew within a very full course load. I was also working 32 hours a week at a Wal-Mart warehouse, arriving home around midnight when study began. At home, we had two new children. What saved me? I credit a first-period auditorium class, Psych 101, in which the professor insisted on playing a recording of a Swiss psychologist instructing on relaxation techniques! In stressful situations, I still apply them. On one occasion in this year, I took off from a gas station with the nozzle still inserted. I suppose if that was the worst mistake I made that year, I did OK.
The file from an antique word-processor (WordPerfect) is not perfect. Inexplicably, some of the Greek characters had fallen out and I've replaced them. There is a chart, and the "arrows" (from a line-draw function) discussed in the explanation no longer exist--use your imagination please. My blog, unfortunately offers no Greek font, so I did my best to transliterate. Also, in removing excess "white space" in the working copy, it seems I should have left it. For all this, I think the paper will repay careful study.
I promise, I will re-present this later in renovated form!
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29- THE PURPOSE
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