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Why I Embrace Epicurus Philosophy and Become an Empiricist

“He who says either that the time for philosophy has not yet come or that it has passed is like someone who says that the time for happiness has not yet come or that it has passed.”

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One Unity in a Diversity of Relationships

“Your brother does not exist apart from you, nor you from your brother. This is reality.” (ACOL, 6.2)

This quotation builds on the idea of joining with our brothers and sisters, One unity in the diversity of different entities in relationship. 212 more words


The Imperfection Religious Precept

The innate imperfection of all nature is a very beautiful thing. Blinding perfection does not exist, and that is a very good thing. There is no perfect standard to any sort of thing, and all instances of things in nature deviate from one another, yielding uniqueness and independent identity. 60 more words


Celebrating Ostara 2015

Happy Ostara everyone. Also known as the Vernal Equinox, Eostre or Alban Eiler (Light of the Earth), this day marks a time of balance, when day and night are of equal length. 523 more words


The Peculiar Peter-Pantheism of All Those Biomechanical Algorithms...

Yesterday I was asked by someone to “extrapolate” on some things I said about how Evolution is itself a religious belief system, and beyond this that all such complaints made by atheists about how the existence “religion” infringes upon their ability to live short, happy lives without being laden with things like fictional religious guilt are ultimately nonsensical, because from the perspective of scientific naturalism inherent to traditional Evolution, there really is no such things as “pain”, or “happiness”, or even true free will. 1,805 more words


Andy Weir's "The Egg"

So its been a while since I’ve posted anything here.  To get back into the swing of things I am going to do something that requires absolutely zero creative amperage.  1,178 more words

The Spiritual Worldview

A persistent complaint about Christianity is the “hypocrisy” of Christians. I recently met a lady who told me she was Buddhist, even though faithful Christian parents reared her. 1,673 more words