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Doubt and The Adolescent Education Predicament

“Who never doubted, never half believed. Where doubt is, there truth is–It is her shadow.” Ambrose Bierce

Whilst you are getting about your daily rituals, do you ever stop and wonder what would happen if you simply ceased to continue your duties? 738 more words


Virtual God

An idea came up in the course of writing Refuge Volume Two: The Ingathering that I want to explore here in a non-fictional manner. The idea involves God as a virtual reality. 996 more words


Gulliver’s levels

Jonathan Swift’s ‘Gulliver’s Travels’, first published in 1726, mocks the travel journals of its day with their increasingly fantastical adventures. It is also brilliant social satire, mercilessly tearing through contemporary conventions and pretentions. 585 more words


Word Of The Day: Believe

Believe: accept that (something) is true, especially without proof.

There are days when you question yourself, as the opportunities start approaching you. This is the time you’ve been waiting for, and this is it. 226 more words



My mouth’s a temple.
Now I brush, rinse – thrice a day.
But your stains remain.


Book Review: The Dirty Life by Kristin Kimball

The Dirty Life, by Kristin Kimball, is about farming, but has a lot in common with a conversion story. She is a New York City dweller working as a freelance writer, living the trendy, free life so-coveted today, but finds her values somewhat wanting. 921 more words