Professors Gerald Phelan, Jim Friel and Marlene Groner were getting ready for a meeting of their philosophy club one brisk October day.
“Remember”, admonished Phelan, the oldest, “we have to deal with all kinds of assumptions about change and the transcendentals among these students”.
“There’s quite a different crowd each semester”, replied Groner, the youngest, “but things always follow exactly the same consistent pattern”.
The characters in my story were all my philosophy professors. The transcendentals are beauty, truth and goodness.