Tag Archive: religion

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Offended

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In 1968, I wrote this on the back of a sweatshirt (except that I used “I’m” instead): Therefore, you cannot call me racist, crazy, or any other word overused word that has completely… Continue reading

99 word prompt : extinction

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April 25, 2019, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story that includes exhaustion. Who is exhausted and why? Can you make art of exhaustion? Go where the prompt leads!… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : The universal mind

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I am… what one would call “spiritual.”  It means I don’t believe that nothing created nothing or a 747 evolved from a rock.  I believe in a universal mind that threw up its… Continue reading

Writers of the August #TMAT

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Tell me a Tale in 120 Words   The obscenity of hypocrisy Awaiting love &  Showing faith through life   The August 3  prompt was:   A little about your beliefs, faith, lack… Continue reading

Conversations of Odd

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God, or whatever you are, I’m back in the dark again, trying to understand the workings of my soul.  Or maybe it’s just that I keep feeling like I’m forgetting something. Like your… Continue reading

Ignoring the memo

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Surprising things one finds on Facebook (courtesy of a fabulous in-law). Do you think, perhaps, that humanity has missed (or ignored) the spiritual memo?

Pushing the edge

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WARNING:  This is a rant peppered with dark humor.  Once in a while I have to let the rant out before it devours me. <_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_> I was reading a blog by “Surprising Lives”… Continue reading

Of Clowns, Men and Mutts

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It’s been a while since I’ve answered one of Austin’s “Jump Start Your Brain” posts by creating my own blog post from his questions.    I do this when I feel the answer… Continue reading

Science and God Haiku

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Science, a toddler explores earth, flora, fauna, often falling down. Old man religion praying for science to prove the truth about God. Religion Science erodes a 2-sided coin, proving man is flawed.

Easter thoughts

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Actually, human nature expresses the same whether left, right, religion or anti-religion. What if Christ returned? Instead of crucified outright physically for the world to see, would it not be more likely that… Continue reading