Monthly Archive: June, 2013

the value of objects

This is a matter of freedom. If you don’t have many possessions then you don’t need to work all your life like a slave to sustain them. Like many people who have spent… Continue reading

a trinity of latin leaders

My best blogging buddy, and erstwhile blogging neighbour, is the colourful Brazilian resident and wordsmith extraordinaire, John Zande. He’s a huge fan of my photography, but we occasionally discuss other matters too.  He… Continue reading

how harmful is your christianity?

I recently had the pleasure of meeting my best blogging buddy, Clare Flourish. She’s a religious oddity in my opinion: the deity she believes in does appear to be of an actual benevolent… Continue reading

inspirational religion

My best blogging buddy, Missy J Betts, regularly presents stunningly smart, impressively researched and hilariously witty posts. She also has finely tuned appreciation for great bee photos. Missy’s latest offering on Scientology (here)… Continue reading

international bees and music

  edinburgh bees I’m a big fan of bees and have used some very lovely Argentinian bee pictures (see below) on previous posts. I was worried that I might not find such lovely… Continue reading

over my head

My best blogging buddy, Ark, who loves cakes, bees, dogs and ranting, brought up an important point today. A point about knowledge. I’m personally not very knowledgeable about much in this world. My… Continue reading

adventure games and personal stories

In blogland, it’s easy to get involved in endless discussions with Christians about evidence, logic and common sense.  To summarise: there’s no evidence for invisible deities; it’s illogical to think your religion is… Continue reading

understanding the god God

There are a few things about the god God that I don’t quite understand. I thought it might be nice to display them in public and see if any of my kind readers… Continue reading

guidelines for child-rearing

As a parent, I have a responsibility to equip my offspring to deal with life in an effective way. Lots of people feel this way about parenthood, and fear for their little ones… Continue reading

puzzled by morality

There seem to be endless discussions around a notion of morality, which Wikipedia tells me is: the differentiation of intentions, decisions, and actions between those that are “good” (or right) and those that… Continue reading