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Difficult Questions for Atheists? Part 2: Something from Nothing

You can find part 1 here.

As I said in the last post, my friend UnkleE gave me a series of questions recently that he believes present difficult problems for an atheist’s worldview. 693 more words

God

jasonjshaw reblogged this on Christianity Simplified and commented:

Many Christians seem to have a hard time understanding viewpoints outside of their Biblical narrative. Hopefully this post is helpful in sparking some sort of understanding.

Seeing Things Differently

Recently I read an interesting article about Dr. Sanjay Gupta meditating with the Dalai Lama. It was interesting for many reasons, but one of them, and the one I want to talk about today, was the fact that sometimes His Holiness struggles with meditation too. 379 more words

Family

Rivers Flow

I’ve thought of this quote often lately: “Every river knows where its water would not be soaked up into the earth, and that is where it flows past.” – A Nigerian Proverb… 491 more words

Weathering the Storm

Things happen. That’s a simple, if understated, fact. What goes with it is that, most of the time, those things are out of our control. How we handle those events is what defines who we are, how others see us, and how we manage life. 615 more words

Perspective

The Monacle

The New Yorker Magazine trademark caught my attention the other day. A man holds up his monocle, a strange looking little lens dangling from a cord, to better focus on the world’s details. 515 more words

A Happy Little Marble Floating in Space

In the past few hours, I have come to a surprising realisation. I am a pessimist.

During my fifteen years on this planet, I have carefully perfected the art of being able to complain about anything and everything. 204 more words

Moments