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That I Am

For years, I asked the question, “Who am I?” For years, I got arbitrary, dissatisfying answers. Where do they come from, these answers? They come from a mind that thinks who has meaning, as if who were real.

Who gets caught in the illusion of a name, as if “David” were something attached to me like an arm or a leg. But it isn’t. It’s just a puff of air, or a word in print. “Oh, you look like a David,” someone says. What if the people I thought were my parents had looked at me and said, “Radish?”

I am not David. Continue reading

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How I learned to Trick my Brain and Believe

We may think that we think what we think. But what we don’t know is that we are what we think. And what we think is not what we think we are thinking. My life has been so busy lately, … Continue reading

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Maybe it’s Chronos’ Fault

I don’t know. Maybe I’m just getting old but lately I care less and less what other’s think of me or that people agree with my world view. What brought this about on this beautiful morning before the scorching wave of BTU? I guess it was Facebook. Someone shared an interview with Rick Warren, staunch Christian. It was all, God is good and I give my life over to God because I know that because I am a Christian and will go to heaven, stuff. Continue reading

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