Earl A. Jones, Ed.D.

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Earlism #11A Right Is A Dangerous Thing – What Is Right For You …

“… What is ‘Right’ for you … 

… is probably not ‘Right’ for everyone else …

… in fact …

… it may not even be ‘Right’ for you …” 


I usually wear thick sweaters with high collars, to teach my classes, particularly when it is ninety degrees outside. However, I also wear them when it is cold outside. Currently, I am still slightly anemic. 

Thus, while it is cool inside to others and a refreshing respite from the hot day outside, even in the buildings where the air conditioner does not work as well, it is freezing cold in most of those buildings to me. I am willing to endure the slight discomfort of the heat outside while wearing my sweaters, in exchange, I am warm enough inside to teach or whatever I am doing in there on campus.

So, it is ‘Right’ for me to wear a sweater, even on the days when it is ‘Right’ for all others have on shorts and short sleeves.

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