Routinely Inspired

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: In Search Of , Opinion

Routinely Inspired is a way of life for me. But do routines suck the life out of our creativity and limit our sphere of experience, or do they provide a stable balance to it?

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Demanding Retribution

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Opinion , Thoughts From News

It seems that the religion of brotherly love simply can’t help themselves from yet again letting their actions contradict their preaching. While the Afghan Muslims that stormed the United Nations compound are clearly  not firing on all jets, the pastor Terry Jones isn’t either. Why would he (Terry) incite anger from the entire Muslim world [for the actions of a few] with his mock trial?   What was the point?

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Is Truth Absolute or Conditional?

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Debate This , Opinion

Truth is conditional; based on what we know at any given time.

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Big Bang or Big Man: How in the heck did we get here?

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Debate This , Opinion

It is quite possible that we have been asking the wrong questions in the search of our origin.

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Symbol of Satin

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Opinion , Thoughts From News

And we wonder why the world thinks we’re crazy? In a recent article the president of a homeowners association fired all five of its members for refusing to require that a homeowner remove her holiday wreath. The association president said that three or four residents complained, some saying it was an anti-Iraq war protest while others perceived it as a symbol of Satan. You have to wonder what goes through the minds of people in this country sometimes. I’m not a fan of religion in general, and I certainly understand […]

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