Tag: religion

Lost in Time: Groovy Afghanistan. Really? Yep. Before Russia and then US invasions, Afghanistan was a hip, groovy, cool place. Makes you wonder, doesn’t it? TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

Water – The Great Mystery (Part 2). 41 minutes. Consider that we, and all living things, are bound by the commonality of being made up of mostly water. We are apparently able to connect with others at great distances, as scientific brain scans have demonstrated. Further, holy water demonstrates remarkable characteristics as compared to ordinary […]

Water – The Great Mystery (Part 1). 45 minutes. Interesting observations about the physical structure of water by scientists and clerics. This documentary goes far beyond scientific analysis, although science has shown that there is a lot more to water than we might think. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

“The craziest ideas are often the most fun.” ~Two-bit Guru~ The concept of creating your own reality has got a pretty good grip on a sizable chunk of the human consciousness these days, although the idea has its limitations, particularly the death part. Once death sets in, your earthly reality is pretty much shot. The […]

Last Sunday night the Mothership ride was a more-than-interesting trip, indeed. As host Dobie Maxwell would say, there was a good vibe. Good vibe, good energy, good chemistry. I had originally intended to do part of the first hour but ended up staying until the flight was over at midnight. I’m glad I did. Guest […]

In Martin Scorcese’s 2005 documentary about Bob Dylan, No Direction Home, Dylan was asked how he went from being a folksinger performing other musicians’ songs to becoming a powerful creative force nearly overnight. Dylan narrowed his eyes and with a faint smile suggested that maybe he’d gone down to the crossroads. Maybe he did. The […]

In pursuit of spiritual discovery, let’s take a look at a couple of four letter words. Of course, THE four-letter word, the F-word, is a word so Bad that we need another word to describe it. When we say the F-word everybody knows what we mean. Moreover, we all know the word itself (the word […]

Here it is, heavy upon us again, the season of giving and getting. It has come too fast, as it does every year, even though every year we seem to start a little bit earlier. The joy of the season is heavily dependent on retail sales, for without sufficient household spending the economy may suffer […]

[Attention Christians: Lest you be offended by my use of the word X-mas, permit yourselves to be educated about it here, and here, and here. However, I am using “X-mas” in the spirit that it is something different from the celebration of Christmas, the spirit that many Christians do find offensive. Essentially, I’m agreeing with […]