When I was in my teenage years, I called myself an atheist. In my twenties, although still professing atheism if anyone asked about religious beliefs, I modified my stance to agnosticism. 2,488 more words
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There was an interesting article in The Guardian newspaper today by Julian Baggini,about how sensitive writers are to criticism.
( some great stories on writing beneath this article,and do read the comments section ) 115 more words
We all believe in what we call our ‘real self’, the one that stays with us notwithstanding changes we experience throughout life. We find comfort in the idea that our true self is a permanent thing and is always there for us to offer stability in life’s unstable and chaotic order of things. 452 more words