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Spirituality VS Religion

Many people consider themselves to be spiritual, however they despise modern day practices of religion that they have been exposed to. Somewhere in our history, some how in our transition in to the free spirited, free thinking humans we’ve become we’ve been lead to think that religion is wrong. 409 more words

Life Journey

Kingfishers, gratins, chairs and hips

Gosh, the crossword i was doing was tricky! In the end I had to give up with seven ansswers undone. Here are the clues – can you work them out? 98 more words

Writing

Pouring it hot

It feels so good, though, doesn’t it? Sometimes, anyway. That moment when you realize the person across the room from you is thinking the same thing about that other person, who just did something you both thought was super weird. 194 more words

Mindfulness

I.Martial Arts, Philosophy, Life, Practice...

Over two thousand years ago in the Greek city of Athens a man named Plato put forth his Theory of Forms. Within he argued against the common acceptance that the world we see was the true world, instead suggesting a higher truth, one existent outside the realm of the physical. 1,052 more words

Learning

Plato's Euthydemos: education is murder

So education can be framed as murder. At least that is what two sophists in Plato’s Euthydemos try to argue (283b-d). The argument is roughly this: 1,132 more words

Applying Socrates to Privilege

The concept of social privilege is one that has been around for over a century, though over the last decade or so it has received renewed focus and expansion among the general public when addressing everything from LGBTQ+ rights to ableism. 1,136 more words