Aggressive first

Have you ever taken a look at your self? And I don’t mean that in a sarcastic way, or even a dismissive way, but I truly and seriously mean it. Imagine this, you’re driving down the highway, minding your own business, then some jerk cuts you off, then takes a quick left turn. You have…

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Act As If You Believe, So That It May Be True.

I was listening to discussion between two individuals the other day, and one of them had this quote. You may know who I’m quoting, and if so, you might even know where I’m going with this post. So here’s the quote: “And people say, do you believe in God? And I think a bunch of…

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How Music Shows Us Purpose In Life

I was talking to a friend the other day, and he said something that really made me uneasy. What made me uneasy was the seemingly casual demeanor he portrayed in his statement which really solidified how easily and somewhat unthoughtful his words were. And it’s not that I think my friend is a bad person,…

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The True Importance of the Golden Rule

I was speaking to a good friend the other day. I started to share with him that I had started a blog, and that since he and I would often find ourselves speaking about the deep philosophical topics (though would never have time to finish our conversations), I told him to check out my blog.…

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How to Suffer Properly

I don’t know if it’s a good thing, but I’ve been listening to a lot of Jordan Peterson and Friederich Nietchze recently. It may seem weird, but I think it’s because they’re saying a lot of profound things, and that could be because they are indeed, profound people. But that begs the question…what is constitutes…

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Tell the Truth, Especially When It’s Hard.

Today is Monday, October 8th, 2018. This past week was the finale, you could say, of what feels like a long battle between Christine Ford and Brett Kavanaugh, ending in Kavanaugh being confirmed on the Supreme Court Justice. In case you might not be aware of the whole situation, I will explain it very briefly,…

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