Welcome to Thinkadelics and the Art of Free Thought!

Welcome to Thinkadelics and the Art of Free Thought! August 8, 2020

Welcome to Thinkadelics!

As the name implies, Thinkadelics is about sharing the mind-expanding experience of being a freethinker. It’s a life filled with aesthetic wonder and soulful wellbeing that’s intrinsic to freethinkers and can be learned and cultivated.

Photo: Geralt / Pixabay. Thinkadelics: A mind filled with aesthetic wonder and soulful wellbeing.

There’s a lot of websites that offer a great platform where believers and nonbelievers can share their views. There’s a ton of other websites where people can engage in heated debates about their religious or philosophical beliefs. But my aim for Thinkadelics is different.

I’ve spent roughly thirty years as a freethinker. Among the many things I’ve discovered is that there’s relatively few freethinking websites that offer optimistic discussions about free thought; about its benefits for individuals and societies, or tips on how to develop freethinking skills. Which is why I created Thinkadelics, to engage with others on a range of topics — from newsworthy posts to in-depth features — which best articulates the joys of being a freethinker.

So, in a nutshell, Thinkadelics offers:

• Freethinking spins on current events, politics and religion

• Thought-provoking features

• Insights on developing freethinking skills

• Informative posts to enrich both mind and body

• Meditation for Freethinkers

 

If you’d like to follow along and share your insights on social media please link on over to Thinkadelics on Facebook and Twitter.

About Scott R. Stahlecker
Scott R. Stahlecker is the author of the novel "Blind Guides, “Picking Wings Off Butterflies,” and “How to Escape Religion Guilt Free.” He is a former pastor and previous owner of several hospice agencies. “I’ve spent roughly thirty years as a freethinker. Among the many things I’ve discovered is that there’s few non-religious websites that offer optimistic discussions about free thought; about its benefits for individuals and societies, or tips on how to develop freethinking skills. Which is why I created Thinkadelics; to engage with others on a range of topics — from newsworthy posts to in-depth features — which best articulates the joys of being a freethinker.” You can read more about the author here.

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