Four dimensions and a tree

The Army's justification for the Soldier Fitness Tracker keeps reading from two scripts that contradict each other.One group claims that "Spiritual Fitness" has nothing to do with religion. Rather, it's talking about "human spirit" or "team spirit". Obviously, this backtracking is due in large part to the unconstitutional nature of requiring such a test. See: Article VI, paragraph 3, U.S. Constitution. The other group can't stop talking about religion, and they even opened up an … [Read more...]

Because these darned American Flags wont shred themselves

Quick start a Prayer Circle and ask for big-ass scissors! I knew you could do it! What's (literally) wrong with this picture?Giant, bold Comic Sans [I swear it came like this] Judging from the pictures, everything but 'Emotional' is an outdoor activity. That emo guy in the bottom right corner represents resilience, a code word for not committing suicide. That emo guy in the bottom right corner is close to those big ass sharp scissors. An entire hour to do this: *SNIP* 'Meet me by the … [Read more...]

Army Chaplaincy’s Spiritual Resilience e-book removed from Amazon

The Army's controversial mandatory Spiritual Fitness testing and training has left a trail of confused defenders who are not all on the same page. They didn't all 'get the script' when it comes to the constitutional implications of  their program. Some say Spiritual Fitness and its interchangeable pseudonym Spiritual Resilience, is merely referring to 'Team Spirit' or 'Human Spirit'.  Most of its proponents, however, correctly assert that the concept is firmly rooted in religion.Maybe this wi … [Read more...]


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