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Rabyd Apologetics - Intelligent Design: Not Necessarily a Religious Idea

I have heard a lot of criticism about intelligent design.  Some atheists in particular are fond of saying this is theism in disguise but I want to use this post to show this is not necessarily true.  835 more words

Philosophy

Minimalist Mind Part II: Setting Intention

A couple weeks ago, I wrote about sorting through one’s mind’s clutter. One way to the minimalist mind is to pick up each and every item within our head, and decide whether or not it’s necessary to keep. 629 more words

Philosophy

If the Universe Were Sentient

A man called out to the universe and it actually answered back to him. He said:
“I am thoroughly done with this thing called life”. 292 more words

Philosophy

What Makes Heroes?

I have been thinking about heroism and what it means. I had a teacher who I thought was a hero until she decided that she didn’t like an aspect of my outlook. 873 more words

Philosophy

The Problem of Evil

If God is both omnipotent and omnibenevolent then there should be no evil in the world. The problem of evil is a philosophy that points this out, and refutes the western idea of God. 214 more words

Philosophy

Thanatos

Thine sorrowful echoes hid,
the secrets last breaths inhaled;
no seeker, in wanton bid,
may render thine veil impaled;
even as the mountain range,
had its eastern face illumed; 67 more words

Poetry

If Not Now, When?

It seems like most of my life I’ve spent a majority of my time “waiting”.  Especially when it comes to my dreams.  I allowed life, responsibility, duty, and compromise to get in the way.   1,003 more words

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