Having raised a daughter and observed parents do all kinds of “interesting” parenting over the years, I have a few […]
Tag Archive for ‘Spirituality’
In Fearful Times. . .
I wrote this for my weekly column, but decided to post it here for, perhaps, wider reading. Fear, Faith and Freethinking […]
How people face tragedy says so much about how they were raised and taught what faith means and how to […]
On a walk in the rain today, after writing my column on Silence, I observed this small fall where the […]
Prayer vs. Nature?
Hate to be a Secular Whistleblower, but are you aware Madness Reigns in the White House? (sure you are). The […]
True Religious Freedom
This Opinion piece was published in our local paper today: On True Religious Freedom At times I can’t resist responding […]
I Believe that Believing Ruins Religion
Am I wrong about that? “What has occurred over and over through history? That person emerges from their “wild experience” […]
My Column (Sneak Preview)
Coming this Saturday in the Citizen-Times … “A Non-Believer’s Open Letter to God” Why on earth (or anywhere else) would […]
The Mind Has Mountains
Woke up to 22 degrees and light, silent snow. Living beauty in the mountains. “Wild air, world-mothering air, Nestling me […]
Don’t Take My Word
Listening to an episode of the Ridiculous History podcast this morning, one of the hosts said, “Don’t take my word […]
So, now that the Impeached-in-Chief has magically allowed more magic in schools (students are now free to pray? What a […]
Do Atheists have anything in Common with Believers?
My latest thoughts on these things that agitate … mostly in a good way … What Atheists Have in Common […]