I'd start with: "Everything has a beginning" ... or something cheesy like that, but instead, I choose to start with the uber-UNpretentious (sip or pause), "I'd start with." :) Not to mention that not everything has a beginning, right? "In the beginning was ... " would connote that there was none or does it really mean that God's beginning is/was the beginning ... um, of beginnings ... or even the concept ...
I doubt I'll be using blog-time (is that a word?) to ponder, but I wont promise I wont muse. Either way, the gathering of knowledge of the legal trade precludes me from truly musing, or even pondering about life. Actually, it keeps me from having just that - a life. Not to mention, it turns simple English, like - law school worktime leaves close to none for blogs - to - "the gathering of knowledge of the legal trade precludes me from truly musing."
This will be interesting.
I am. Senavoe, I mean.