It’s 2008 and I’m 46 years old. I remember some difficult years after my father’s passing. Things were unraveling a bit until I got into a new relationship with Ginger (not her real name). Looking back through my life I see just how much different women have helped to keep me going in the right direction. In […]Read More Reelin’ in the Years – 2008
Title: Finding God: The Enlightenment – Disc 1 Genre: Body Mind Spirit, Religion, Meta-Physics Production Company: Reality Films (Review for Disc 2 is here; Disc 3 is here) It’s critical, the situation is pitiful Bear in mind, you gotta find somethin’ spiritual We never gain, ’cause we blame it on the system You oughta listen […]Read More Review – Finding God: The Enlightenment (DVD 1 of 3)
Can we ever abandon faith? I don’t think so. Even those who say they don’t believe inevitably believe in something. Here’s a Q&A at AllExperts.com that illustrates my point. Comparative Religious Studies/faith and its impact on society Related Articles Dr. Jim to Speak in Calgary about NOT practicing what teaches. (drjimsthinkingshop.com) Faith in Faith (new.exchristian.net) […]Read More faith and its impact on society
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Ha… a little joke for those familiar with the work of Karl Marx. But actually this blog entry is about Carl Jung. I just came across a nifty site where one can search Jung’s entire Collected Works by topic and get an abstract on what he said. Check it out! http://www.dcdata.com/jung/cwsearch.htmRead More Jungians of the world… unite!
Dr. Seuss – The ZaxRead More Look familiar?
Actually, I never went to any kind of seminary but I just had to call up the old Jim Morrison lyric… 😉 Today I remembered a thought that occurred to me around the time when I was a graduate student in Religious Studies (certainly not Seminary school!). It went something like this: God is usually regarded by theologians […]Read More “When I was back there in Seminary school…”
Once in a while I just max out on the web with all its bells and whistles and have to get back to the simplicity and peace of good old fashioned books. The other day I was downtown and picked up a really nice little gem that I’d recommend to anyone interested in actually thinking […]Read More Do you read?