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Can Job. Like your job. Only funny.
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First she saw the faeries. Then the Internet found out.
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Category Archives: Spirituality
Found this morning via Instapundit: a blog about neuroscience and metacognition written for lay people. I’ve just added it to my blogroll after reading a post there about a political blogger’s decision to close comments. The article argues, based on … Continue reading
Here’s a Nepalese blog with photos. [tags] Buddha boy [/tags]
In a New Yorker review of two books about happiness, John Lancaster argues persuasively that for ancient man, happiness was a matter of luck. Life was “nasty, brutish, and short,” and individuals had very little control over whether they achieved … Continue reading
Leigh E. Schmidt, professor of religion at Princeton University, has an essay in The Wilson Quarterly based on his book “Restless Souls: The Making of American Spirituality.” He begins by cataloguing the criticisms against “spirituality,” which mostly take the form … Continue reading
I’m a firm believer that if you want something, your mindset is crucial. I also believe that people who succeed maintain a certain mindset despite appearances. Even when they seem to be failing, they maintain an inner certainty that they … Continue reading
In a post last December, the Argyleist (named as a featured blog on Technorati last night, which is how I happened to find this post — congrats, Argyleist!) raises the subject of faith: Iâ€™m not necessarily talking about faith in … Continue reading