Humanist Thought of the Week: 9 28 2010
Live Long and Prosper
The goal for most Humanists is to Live Long and Prosper.
And yes Roddenberry was an acknowledged Humanist.
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Humanist Thought of the Week: 9 21 2010
God and Ice Cream
Or why doesn’t god like innocent kids
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Humanist Thought of the Week: 9 14 2010
Skepticism and Optimism
Humanists are both skeptical and optimistic.
You could say we are optimistically skeptical.
And no, that isn’t an oxymoron.
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Humanist Thought of the Week: 9 7 2010
Magical vs. Practical thinking
When it comes to solving our problems, Humanists rely on practical thinking.
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Humanist Thought of the Week: 8 31 2010
The balancing act
It may seem contradictory that while we Humanists support religious freedom we are also openly critical of religion.
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Humanist Thought of the Week: 8 24 2010
Don’t be a jerk
This much should be obvious.
But because this is a topic of conversation in the Freethought movement at the moment,
I thought I would provide three simple rules on how not to be a jerk.
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Humanist Thought of the Week: 8 17 2010
Debating whether God cares about my floors
My podcast a couple of weeks ago was about how happiness is a clean floor.
As I just shampooed my carpets, I thought I would expand on these thoughts
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Humanist Thought of the Week: 8 10 2010
Thou Shall Not Kill
When it comes to religion, I take a live and let live approach.
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Humanist Thought of the Week: 8 3 2010
Happiness is a clean floor
Nothing makes me happy like having a clean floor.
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Humanist Thought of the Week: 7 27 2010
On being happy
Nothing is more annoying then someone who is dark and brooding just so they can prove how intellectually deep they are.
They aren’t. They are just annoying.
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