April 3, 2022

It’s good to examine the rational benefits of religion. The problem comes when we assume anything “rational” must be materialistic and non-theistic. Our religious experiences are unquestionably real. They’re why religion persists, and why it will always persist. Read more

March 31, 2022

If you believe in reincarnation, what do you think – or hope – your next life will be like? Read more

March 29, 2022

Hustle culture tells you to just work harder. Slacker culture tells you you’re already working too hard. I say you should work as hard as it takes to get to where you want to go, and no harder. Start by finding a direction. Read more

March 24, 2022

Can they be stopped? They can, if enough people vote against them. But we have to persuade people to be concerned about fundamental rights to outvote those who vote Republican because they blame Joe Biden for high gas prices. Read more

March 22, 2022

At some point there are no more books, no more classes, no more teachers. There’s just the open sea and the stars and the wind. There’s only learning by doing. Read more

March 20, 2022

Earlier sunrises in winter. Later sunsets in summer. No clock shifting. You can have any two, but you can’t have all three. But what if instead we shifted our schedules seasonally and regionally? Read more

March 17, 2022

“I feel called to Cernunnos – how do I get started?” There is no one right way. But this is what I’ve done, and what I’ve seen others do that worked for them. Read more

March 15, 2022

Can Gods usually associated with other people and other parts of the world influence this war? Will They? Should we pray to Gods associated with the region instead? I have more questions than answers, but they’re questions worth contemplating. Read more

March 13, 2022

Spring is the season of hope, but my hope is rather uncertain at the moment. This year, I suggest we set our poetry aside and simply enjoy Spring for the sake of Spring. Enjoy the rebirth of the land. Enjoy Nature’s beauty. Read more

March 10, 2022

No one gets every reading right. That’s OK – it’s not unethical to be wrong. It is, however, unethical to claim that we know more than we do, or that we know with more certainty than we actually have. Read more

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