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8. How free will belief prolongs ignorance

If we believe we have a free will, we are stuck in a cycle of thinking that we are choosing things independently of prior causes. This may cause us to ignore the causes of what is happening. 217 more words


I wrote a short story based solely on a dream

You can read it right here, or over on Scribd. My advice to all aspiring artists is to eat raw pig meat so your fever dreams bring you much inspiration. 1,478 more words


"In My Heart There Rings a Melody" Author - died


Elton Menno Roth was born 11/27/1891 at Berne, IN.  He attended the Fort Wayne Bible School and later Moody Bible Institute in Chicago.   143 more words


Racism or not, Michael Brown shouldn't be dead

I’ll try to be brief, but this needs to be said. I often read statistics of women getting lower average pay than men and of black people being incarcerated more often than whites. 531 more words


Addiction. Disease?

Addiction is, erm, what? According to American Society of Addiction Medicine it “is a primary, chronic disease of brain reward, motivation, memory and related circuitry. Dysfunction in these circuits leads to characteristic biological, psychological, social and spiritual manifestations.” 804 more words


Thankful for the Flag

A blurred picture of our American Flag – the image I see every evening from my balcony. The flag is blurred by hurricane screen covering the length of my porch protecting me from hurricane winds that may possibly sweep across our community from the Atlantic Ocean. 354 more words