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The Atheist's Soul

My book club is like an extended family. We have been going long enough that we have already seen three of our number pass away, one from suicide, one from illness and one from not-so-old-age. 613 more words


Say Yes to Your Weirdness

We tend to suppress certain aspects of ourselves in order to fit in. (Although when we display whatever weirdness is ‘in” I that’s also a sort of conformity too.) 627 more words



My stepdaughter Kristen and her husband Sabin have recently succeeded—after many attempts over the past 8 years—in having their first child together: a beautiful baby boy named Ethan. 949 more words


Bernie Neville and Tim Dalmau uncover the archetypal patterns in organizational culture

Olympus Inc. 

BERNIE NEVILLE: Sometimes you can say that a book changed your life. It happened to me in 1976 when I read James Hillman… 2,055 more words


What the Eyes Want

So I have once again been binge-watching Xena: Warrior Princess (XWP) on Netflix. Now I understand why I binge-watch Buffy the Vampire Slayer (BtVS); it is a fairly aesthetically complete show, the writers quickly came to write with a consistent voice (Joss Whedon’s), and they were always, always true to the characters (no mysterious evil babies, unless you count Dawn Summers, as many people do). 857 more words


Quote of the day: BOOKS


Books can be mentors, even providing a moment of initiation. R.D. Laing, writer, philosopher, and revolutionary psychiatrist, tells of this discovery in a small public library, while he was still an adolescent in the 1940s. 183 more words

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