Tag: religion

The end of logic as we knew it: Nov 8 2016 anniversary special

I would be remiss if I didn’t write about what the anniversary means to me personally and try to project what I think it SHOULD mean to people of the two countries in the world I relate to tangibly. The projections may be utterly… Continue Reading “The end of logic as we knew it: Nov 8 2016 anniversary special”

The kind of people I like…

I have been accused ( and I might add correctly) of not liking enough people. Or any people. My dad routinely asked me to list the people I really liked, I think I always had real trouble after about 5 names. As I grew… Continue Reading “The kind of people I like…”

To the Almighty, do restrictions apply?

Just reading a newspaper, even focusing on local news in the most ‘celebrated’ country in the world one questions the almighty being all that mighty. The fact that I question obviously means I am an atheist, in the same country ( although, not so… Continue Reading “To the Almighty, do restrictions apply?”

Waiting for the thoughts..

Waiting for the thoughts..

These are idols in preparation of a festival in India.. The heads are made from molds and attached separately

Acceptable life

Why is it that people want different things and yet follow a typical pattern? Why is it more accepted to want what everyone wants? We are likely to have a genetic composition that predisposes us towards wanting social approval, or society can’t have evolved… Continue Reading “Acceptable life”