Tag Archives: Humanism

A Digital Version of Heaven?

The Good Place My daughter, Rosanna, suggested that I take a look at this television series. (Each episode is called a “chapter”: the show has 31 chapters, so far.) I’ll have to admit, I’m not a fan. True, I haven’t … Continue reading

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Neale Donald Walsch: Devil’s Advocate?

The New Revelations This is the fifth book by Neale Donald Walsch that I’ve read, and I suspect it will be the last. It’s not that I don’t appreciate his message, because I do, it’s just that his method of … Continue reading

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Chaos Theory: the Butterfly Effect

Can One Small Act Lead to Change? We like to think so, but the concept is counter-intuitive at best. After all, one person cannot effect change in the greater world, can they? The idea of the Butterfly Effect has taken … Continue reading

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To Blog or Not to Blog

THAT is the Question William Shakespeare would have had no problem answering this one. Writers, by trade, must write. But what if they have nothing to say? Have you ever known anyone with an opinion holding back? Take reviewers of … Continue reading

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