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Should women dress modestly?

For centuries, religious clerics have railed against women for tempting men with their seductive and skimpy clothing, and sought to sequester them and restrict their dress choices.  1,777 more words

Sri Aurobindo

lallouslab reblogged this on lallous' lab and commented:

A interesting point of view on modest dressing where women are not blamed.

"I went to heaven and came back"

Today, I was at the park walking. I ran into a guy trying to recruit people to save the planet from global warming. I stopped and chatted with him. 243 more words

Reflections

The 4 types of Spiritual Fasting

Today I received the following diagram, because the Christian believers entered the lent period, a period of spiritual fasting.

[skip to the meat (pun intended) 237 more words

Spirituality And Religion

Awkward Questions


I was asked a question the other day with which I am intimately acquainted but for which I had no answer. “What does it mean to lead a spiritual life?” It is not strictly true to say I have no answer. 541 more words

Spirituality

The Names on the Wall

“We want a memorial of all the people who have died because of Scientology…”

When my friend Pete Griffiths approached me with this project last week, I was thrilled to do it because I had always wanted to do something concrete to show my support for those who stand up against the so-called “Church” of Scientology. 501 more words

Art

3 Feb 2015 - Gore Vidal: United States of Amnesia Documentary

Since Hulu Plus was acting flaky again, I decided to peruse the titles of movies and tv shows on our streaming Netflix cue.  I had saved a lot of documentaries to watch later and decided to cull a few titles and then decided to watch the documentary Gore Vidal: The United States of Amnesia done in 2013.  787 more words

Alvarado TX

One7 provides refuge for those who need help

The Charlotte Observer
City News
Sunday, January 25, 2015

David Garrett never expected to open an after-school program for impoverished and underprivileged children.

Garrett grew up in Tennessee, the son of a judge, but said he spent his teens and early 20s selling drugs and acting recklessly. 748 more words

Charlotte Observer