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5. Embrace the absurd

When an idea has been supported by Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, Nagel, the modern day father of psychotherapy, Irvin Yalom, and Albert Camus, it deserves a place on this blog. 526 more words


Behind the Book: Mmmm...Bacon - Hercules's Fourth Labor

It’s Tuesday and that means time for a sneak peek into the legends that provided the idea for my upcoming book The Trials of Hercules… 574 more words


GIVEAWAY & Guest Post by RS Mellette aka Xena: Warrior Princess Writer

Remember Xena? Boy I do! Every middle-school girl in the late 90’s wanted to be like Xena. Strong, independent, warrior princess…Xena was created in 1995 and the heroine was known as a warrior princess… The show was a spin-off of Hercules but passed its predecessor in ratings and popularity. 1,218 more words


"Amoghavajra" is Today's Religious topic of the Day (09/23/14)

Taken from the Merriam-Webster’s Encyclopedia of World Religions

Here is a dose of daily religion from A to Z.

Today’s religious topic is as follows: 71 more words


Aliens ? or Gods ?

Hi, Friends .

Its Ashish Again, Firstly let me take the time to apologize my followers  but its been  like “time for a moment was speedy Gonzales ” It was a little tough keeping up with him. 946 more words


6x04: Dreamland

“Mulder, it’s the dim hope of finding that proof that’s kept us in this car or one very much like it for more nights than I care to remember. 1,287 more words

The X-files

The Ravana Way

I have not yet begun on the book ‘Asura’ by Anand Neelakantan, and am already fixated on the prologue to the story, a little snippet on why Ravana is portrayed as a… 392 more words