Are you sure that you don’t already have what you think you want?

  Some of us remember Mad Magazine (actually it is still in publication after 60 years) and its resident mascot Alfred E. Newman. He is most famous for his “What, me worry?” line, but he had another epithet that is less well-known but revealing nonetheless. He said: “Most people don’t know what they want, but … Read moreAre you sure that you don’t already have what you think you want?

Religious instrument of mass destruction

 “The virtues of men are of more consequence to society than their abilities; and for this reason, the heart should be cultivated with more assiduity than the head.” Noah Webster It was a disturbing Facebook post made by a “friend” that I hardly know. He posted a tirade against liberals, perverts, and abortionists, as he … Read moreReligious instrument of mass destruction

Being normal, being honest, and why religious people don’t want you to be

  If you were a builder in ancient Rome, you would shop the vendors who sold marble or other building stone. Builders who wanted their work to last, who believed in the ethics of business, would look for vendors whose stone was known to be sine cera – without wax. Unscrupulous vendors would use wax to … Read moreBeing normal, being honest, and why religious people don’t want you to be

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