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On Utopia

There was never a time

Of regretting a thing I do,

But to enjoy the spirit I have. 

– Julia Grimm N. –

Poetry

First Principles: Aim Toward Your Honest Duty In Governance

“It behooves you, therefore, to think and act for yourself and your people. The great principles of right and wrong are legible to every reader; to pursue them requires not the aid of many counselors. 35 more words

First Principles

Does A Person In A Coma Have A Soul?

Written by Gary Wonning

There is always  controversy concerning the human soul and what it is, if it exists at all. 

We can’t actually see the soul and many people believe that if something can’t be  seen, it doesn’t exist. 525 more words

Spiritual

A Conversation with a Pro-Lifer

A Conversation with a Pro-Lifer

H. Bradford

1/23/18

Today I attended Party in the Plaza, a celebration of choice.  This event is also a counter protest of the Jericho March, an annual anti-choice march held on the anniversary of Roe v. 2,046 more words

Politics/Ideas

The Marble Beauty

In the town of Kaladon there lived a sculptor renowned throughout the land for the beauty of his statues. Vergan, for as he was known, made statues of dogs, lions, owls, fish, and bears that were used to decorate all the great buildings of the nation. 2,217 more words

Short Stories

Reading: Jordan Peterson's "12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos"

If you don’t know who Jordan Peterson is or would like to refresh your memory, then pause to read this article about him that just appeared in… 654 more words

Outside All Judgements, No Grounds

My point is that those who stand outside all judgements of value cannot have any ground for preferring one of their own impulses to another except the emotional strength of that impulse.

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CS Lewis