Monthly Archives: October 2014

Thoughts on nihilism: the absence of the ‘belief show’

Here’s a thought I had: Recently, I was thinking about nihilism.  I began to mention some things about it that were interesting. First of all, I said that nihilism is nothing but the fact that there is no ‘belief show’.  I first … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the ‘alien issue’: peoples need to believe in the Divine when they can’t

Here’s a thought I had: I have often chuckled at all the different statements about aliens.  In fact, its become a joke for me to say that aliens are the cause of everything.  If there’s bad weather . . . aliens … Continue reading

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More thoughts on ‘world worth’

Recently, I have spoken of what I called ‘world worth’ (see my article “More thoughts on “the male exodus” – the importance of a world that is worth the effort or ‘world worth’“).  This is a reference to an association between a person and … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the ‘memory-based character’, the ‘memory-based education’, modern education, and other things associated with them

Here’s a thought I had: After observing someone recently it brought back memories of some people I knew when I was a kid.  There were specific traits that I saw in these people.  As I reflected on them I began to … Continue reading

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