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The Doldrums

I think it fair to say that the bulk of humanity is in The Doldrums. The same thinking, applied to the same problems, has the same results. 495 more words


Running Circles around Me

How is it that one can never ‘catch up’—with anything in life? In my case, I’ve no doubt the natural probability of my being behind in all things is undoubtedly exacerbated by my laziness, procrastination, stubbornness, ignorance, and near-inability to operate in the spatial world in a typical fashion. 176 more words

Human Nature

Christian Logic

This exchange is real. These words were actually spoken by the Christian apologist, Sye Ten Bruggencate, in his debate with Matt Dillahunty


The Lurid Reservoir of my Mind

Do not delve

{Tonight, or any night}

Into the lurid

Reservoir of my mind

To summon the dregs of thoughts

Framed in self-doubt

Swimming in circular reasoning… 95 more words


Push Back Part 2


This is a continuation of Part 1. The following excerpts were taken from the Intermediate Course (Loose Logic) from the book “Push Back” written by B.K. 1,298 more words

Change Management And Transformation

Willful Blindness

“Those who don’t want to see the truth never will.”

That’s the quote I read in my reader earlier today, and it sums up perfectly the idea that persists in fundy circles: Atheists and other people who don’t believe in their God do so only because of some flawed desire. 772 more words


It’s Better than Not Having It: Evolution in a Nutshell

When asked why humans have language, I heard a professor state that “Language evolved because it was beneficial to human flourishing. It was better to have language than to not have language.” This kind of ad hoc reasoning forms the basis of all so-called Natural Selection explanations proffered by secular academics, and indicates the great decline in contemporary thought. 535 more words