This question is not aimed at anyone in particular, nor is it meant to cast doubt on anyone nor make any sort of statement about anyone. But I am interested in other folks' thoughts on the matter. I…Continue
I often run across folks who say that they learn much from Nature and that they often like to take time to be outside in Nature with the plants and the animals.
I agree with that - very much so. My happiest jobs have been those which required me to be outside in the night and day and every type of weather. I love being among the elements, and getting my hands dirty.
But my appreciation and communication with Nature does not end at my front door or at the parking lot…Continue
I've had to remove this story to prevent any sort of issues with yahoo. I'm not 100% sure if it would violate their policies for me to have kept it here (since this box is pretty much where I wrote it, and I'm not paid for anything appearing here). So if they do decide to pay me for it, I still retain the rights and can republish it here.
• A true definition for “argument” is a discussion in which reasons are put forward in support of and against a proposition, proposal, or case.
• A simple and universal definition of “logic” is: the system or principles of reasoning applicable to any branch of knowledge or study.
• “Reason” is generally defined as a basis or cause, as for some belief, action, fact, event, etc.; and “reasoning” as the process of forming conclusions, judgments, or inferences from…
It seems counter-intuitive, but the state of ignorance is important to one's spiritual development.
How could that possibly make sense? My mind reels against the very idea - the very absurdity - in this, the "information age," where so much knowledge is readily available at the speed of the beasts that pull my chariot (modem, laptop, etc.) through the ethereal realms of knowledge - on safari, so to speak, to hunt down the big game and haul back the answers to life's big…Continue
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