There were several responses to yesterday’s post that touched on BIG ISSUES. That’s one of the things I like best about the interactivity of blog-world. It is sometimes an extended issues panel dedicated to the exploration of essential philosophical questions. I’m going to ask some of you to suspend disbelief willingly for the sake of examining a question. Let’s assume God exists, just as a hypothetical construct, in order to frame this examination. Why would God allow all the terrible, unjust, unfair things that happen to innocent people? Continue reading
Tag Archives: Metaphysics
You See What You Want To See
If you think I was always directed by traditional rational and scientific forms of inquiry you would be mistaken. Despite having great respect for logic and evidence due to a love of Greek philosophy and writings fostered in childhood, I spent many years in energetic pursuit of every kind of woo-woo imaginable. If you haven’t read my concept of “woo-woo” you can check that out first: Continue reading →
This is a ferry dock. I made a connection here.
We are born connected to our mothers. When we are infants, being separate from them hurts. It’s a searing agony. If we are apart too long, the disconnection will scar us. In loving arms, at a welcoming breast, in blessed relief we reconnect. Continue reading →