Category Archives: Epistemology

Pawn to E4

It seems to me life is like a chess game. Wow, I look at that and I think to myself, “POOF!  Instant cliché, no waiting required! But a chess game has rules, yes?  And if you don’t abide by those … Continue reading

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Happy Mother’s Day

You know, I don’t really have strong feelings for Mother’s Day. I never have, despite my own mother was my best friend, and that I myself am a mother–and I adore my son, right down to the ground. It just … Continue reading

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A Little Brain Food…

     Self-delusion is a natural aspect of sentience—it’s what inescapably stems from not already knowing everything all at once, and having to do things the hard way, i.e., in that all human beings without exception on the planet create meaning. … Continue reading

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The Masque of Abortion

Okay, look, folks.  If you’re gonna have a conversation about abortion, that’s fine—brawl away.  To me, however, clearly it is a hot issue and a divisive one—people suffer for it, and people make each other suffer for it.  Purely on … Continue reading

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It’s A Temporal Life

“Bear in mind always that you never choose only for yourself, but for all of us.” [Originally published on MySpace on October 22, 2010.] “I can be nice to the end of the earth so long as nothing comes along … Continue reading

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It Ain’t Rocket Science

“It AIN’T rocket science!” (just in case you missed the title above…) [Originally published on MySpace on October 20, 20101.] You know, it HAS occurred to me to wonder if each of us is born sporting a brush dipped in … Continue reading

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What Do Horses and Carriages Have to Do With It?

[Originally published on MySpace on October 18, 2010. This blog first appeared as a comment in response to Just Jeff on Homosexuality and Identity Crisis (et al).] Certainly marriage can be and usually is a civil contract. There are laws … Continue reading

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