1000+ Followers – Cause for celebration? Maybe not!

Yes, dear readers, it’s been an auspicious day.  This very blog–Too Much Too Soon reached the lofty goal of 1,000 followers! I was planning a big blog party when I reached 1000 followers. Well, the milestone has come and gone. I decided against the celebration for a couple of reasons. How much partying can my blog followers stand? One can take a good thing too … Continue reading 1000+ Followers – Cause for celebration? Maybe not!

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Every time you go to work you change the world. My advice for creating a better tomorrow.

…If you’re like me you look at the world and quickly become overwhelmed by the ludicrous amounts of injustice and greed consuming our society. Corporations exploit the people they were originally intended to serve. Governments extort their citizens and use these funds to subjugate them and others even further. Our agricultural industry which is supposed to provide us with nutrition now provides us with unnatural … Continue reading Every time you go to work you change the world. My advice for creating a better tomorrow.

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Suppressed Science likely to raise up humanity

You are being lied to, and this is no minor white lie… The model of reality you have been taught is a misconstrued religious interpretation of Newtonian Physics. Many have preached about this but only within the past several decades do we have scientific evidence to back up this assertion. Before I elaborate on this subject I’d like to clarify that everything I am about … Continue reading Suppressed Science likely to raise up humanity

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Identity and Dualism

As an atheist, in the sense that I do not hold to any idea of god or follow any theistic religion, I’d like to propose that identity is a social fiction that exists for the purposes of convenience, and that we confuse the fiction for the reality. The most simple argument against dualism (and in turn identity) is how one explains relationship if things are … Continue reading Identity and Dualism

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Is it religious to say Namaste?

I’ve noticed a recent news story making the rounds on Facebook, detailing how an American school has banned the saying of “namaste” on the grounds that it is a religious statement. The phrase, “namaste”, can be incorrectly taken as a religious statement, just like “My name is Ishu” can be incorrectly taken as a religious statement by someone willing enough to go to the trouble of … Continue reading Is it religious to say Namaste?

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Money is a pure abstraction

It is a symbol that is used to represent wealth, but it has no inherent value of its own, unlike gold, which can be used in jeweler and computing. Therefore, accumulation of money is only an accumulation of symbols that represent wealth. How much wealth a person will get out of their money determines on how clearly they understand what genuine wealth is. We can … Continue reading Money is a pure abstraction

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Germanwings Flight 9525 – 24 March 2015

Germanwings plane crash 10:54 AM EST MAR 24, 2015 A Germanwings Airbus A320 has crashed with 150 passengers and crew aboard in a remote part of the Alps in southern France on Tuesday. All on board are feared dead in the worst aviation accident in France for more than 30 years. The main details: Where? The plane crashed near Meolans-Revels, a small village of 300, at … Continue reading Germanwings Flight 9525 – 24 March 2015

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Left & Right

pol It seems plain to me now more than ever that the group we normally refer to as “conservative” or “right wing” is comprised of people who are fundamentally afraid of living. These individuals cling to money, material goods and tradition, finding new experience and change threatening to their idea of themselves, their egos. Current research suggests that conservative voters don’t base their beliefs on … Continue reading Left & Right

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