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Disease or Identity

I have a history of depression. Sometimes it’s been pretty extreme. I’ve thought about death. I’ve googled morbid things. I’ve lost friends. I’ve seen therapists. I’ve been on medication. 676 more words


April 19

He has shown you, O man, what is good. And what does the Lord require of you? But to act justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with your God.

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Look to your right and look to your left and see the face of the Earth. That’s life, simple, but too bad because nothing’s free. Tilled with your blood and sweat and sold for greed. 301 more words


Inputs & Outputs

Our brains are set up to process inputs and generate outputs.  As time goes by, those input and outputs shift and change.  Early humans had to find their own food, an output of physical exertion during the act of hunting or farming leading to an input of nourishment.   821 more words


Human, All Too Human - Nietzsche Documentary Reflection

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Friedrich Nietzsche (1843-1900) was a German philosopher, famous for his work “The Parable of the Madman” which claims that the Christian God is dead, murdered by mankind. 407 more words

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The Never Brand | Welcome to the Edge of Stupid

I don’t mean to bore readers with the philosophical ruminations of a 2nd grader, but stay with me here awhile and tell me what you think. 1,018 more words