Maslow KNEW I needed you readers!



Call it what you want. the pinnacle altitude on Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, or the Coach seat in Dante’s Inferno.

After I read C.S. Lewis’s The Great Divorce yesterday, I’m half convinced that Larry Flynt has a greater chance of going Heaven than the person who invented the “duck lips selfie.”

The “self-actualization” thing is a double-edged blade, for sure.  But today, I am risking eternal perdition in the ninth circle for recognizing what YOU readers have done for me: Given me a milestone FOURTEEN “likes” on a single blog post.  To some that follow me–some with literally 10,000 followers, that was a big deal a long time ago.

I’ll try not to let that go to my head.  Otherwise, back to Lewis’ bus I go.

But I’m not them, and I hope to have a readership that wide someday. Until then, I see YOU–NOW–with even GREATER value than I could begin to put on an impersonal number in the five and six-digit range.

Yesterday’s post about finishing my first chapter seems to have interested a number of you.  Thank you for letting me know.

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2 Responses to Maslow KNEW I needed you readers!

  1. Monica says:

    I’ll flaunt thw risk of you getting a disproportionate head-to-body ratio and like this one, too! But really, your book sounds very interesting. I am a huge fan of CS Lewis so anything pertaining to TGD or Screwtape is bound to get a like from me. (maybe that admission will equalize your head-to-body ratio a bit..)

    • Ron Giesecke says:

      Thank you, I’m hoping I don’t disappoint you on that level, since my book will be somewhat of a farce.

      Email me at marleysghost67(at)(gmail dot com) –I’ll tell you the backstory. Btw, I wrote the email like that to avoid spam drones.


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