Do you enjoy reading the Godless in Dixie blog? Would you like to see more frequent posts and possibly even a book at some point in the near future? How about accomplishing world peace and putting an end to both global warming and world hunger?
Well, now you can help!*
At the behest of friends and readers I’m adding a donate button to the sidebar menu on the right so that readers can contribute in order to help me make time to prepare and write more posts for this blog.
For my day job, I am a high school Geometry teacher, but I also maintain two additional part-time jobs to help make ends meet. This leaves me precious little time to write and virtually no time to read. Most of what I read and write comes together by stealing time from other things, and I can’t keep that up forever. So I’m asking you folks to consider helping me out. With a little help from my friends, I could possibly trim down some of my part-time hours to make more time to read and think and write along the lines of what you’ve seen here so far. I’ve been encouraged to travel and attend some conferences to meet folks who are fighting the same battles that I’m fighting, and this could help me do that, as well. Soon I’d also like to write a book putting the gist of what you read here into print. And I am woefully behind on reading and listening to some of the quality talks, articles, and books that have been put out by favorite thinkers and speakers over the last few years. I’d very much like to make time to get caught up on those things so that it can inform the writing process that goes into this blog. Care to help me do that? If so, you can click the button below or the one to the right and contribute.
I promise I won’t spend it on booze.
*Offers of world peace, climate stabilization, and hunger eradication subject to factors beyond the control of the author. Godless in Dixie hereby disclaims all liability for failure of the global community to accomplish desired goals, although he will likely gripe about it anyway. Please direct all complaints, requests, and inquiries to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20500 or call (202) 456-1111 and ask to speak to “Barry.” Operators are standing by.