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Spiritual Negations: Ten Ideas in Religion and Spirituality Which I’m Very Sure Are False.

“People don’t care about knowledge and enlightenment. What they want is validation.” –Heathcliff Weatherby, “Hallowstone“. People in many religious communities are fond of “affirmations”: proverbs, wisdom teachings, “laws of magic”, and the like, usually in the form of only one … Continue reading

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Minimalist Religion

In my spiritual life, I think of myself as a philosopher first, and everything else second. The pursuit of knowledge is a deeply important value for me. In that respect, my spirituality can be called humanist, rather than theist. In … Continue reading

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The worship of the gods is not what matters

“The sacred, I shall say, is that which acts as your partner in the search for the highest and deepest things: the real, the true, the good, and the beautiful.” — Circles of Meaning, Labyrinths of Fear I don’t normally … Continue reading

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