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Spiritual Concept: From Chaos to Order

Knitting Sometimes, ideas stare you square in the eye for a very long time before you actually see them. Take knitting, for example: my wife, Susan, spends a lot of time and effort knitting beautiful scarves and sweaters for family … Continue reading

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Leonardo da Vinci and the Vitruvian Man

Universal Genius Following on from yesterday’s article about the Golden Ratio, I wish to focus on Leonardo’s Vitruvian Man, today. At the bottom of the original drawing on paper, Leonardo wrote some notes (backwards, mirror-style). Here’s a translation as quoted … Continue reading

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OMG: You’re the Creator?

The Architect The Matrix Reloaded writers got it right. Our world is a simulation program that has an anomaly. Us. We have the free will to change the program at any time, but we’re so busy trying to make sense … Continue reading

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Humanism: Another Way?

  Evolution versus Creation Dan Brown, in his latest novel, Origin, has done it again. He has taken the questions we all ask ourselves (“Where did we came from?” “Where are we going?”) and spun another tale of suspense and … Continue reading

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