The Atheists’ Paradox

Atheists have long been faced with a paradox of which they have remained entirely blind. After decades of contemplation, only a couple of days ago did I finally realize this paradox with such clarity. So, I’m not surprised that the very people who need this understanding the most, and who avoid it the most fervently, have not yet found it. … More The Atheists’ Paradox

Perfectionist driving you crazy? How to find positive perfectionism

There is an antidote to obsessive perfectionism. It may take time and creativity to administer. It involves finding perfection in every mistake, but also granting perfection to everything in one’s environment. A broken cup is perfectly that. In all the universe there is no cup as perfectly that-cup-broken as that cup. Perhaps I misspelled a … More Perfectionist driving you crazy? How to find positive perfectionism

Humble Confidence

In the history of this world, the most admired individuals have been the heroes. What sets them apart? How are they so special? Some of the characteristics are selflessness, sacrifice, and humble confidence. These are good things to emulate, but they’re not easy. Personally, I have too much ego. Oh, well. When I first thought … More Humble Confidence

Civilization Restoration Kit — Keeping the New Dark Ages as Short as Possible

This article is about developing a Civilization Restoration Kit — currently, a work in progress. Why would one be needed? Because we have already entered a new Dark Ages. Definition: dark ages, n. An era of ignorance, superstition, or social chaos or repression. Example: a novel depicting the dark ages in the aftermath of a … More Civilization Restoration Kit — Keeping the New Dark Ages as Short as Possible