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Why Is Christmas The Most Celebrated Day Of The Year?

Why all the fuss and effort to celebrate the Christmas season? You know. The most celebrated day of the year is about the arrival of Jesus Christ on planet Earth. Isn’t it amazing all the time, effort, and money that … Continue reading

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Modern Myth #2 — Casual Sex

Like the ancients, we moderns have our myths and our gods. Modern Myth #2 is the “casual” sex myth. It says: Random sex with various partners is a meaningless recreational activity with no significant consequences and should be encouraged and approved … Continue reading

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A More Evolved American Declaration Of Idependence

The American Declaration Of Independence presents some noble sounding ideas:  self-evident truths; “all men are created equal;” we have a Creator; rights are an inalienable, non-material reality.  However, if people who were further along in the evolutionary process had written it, American history might be different.  The … Continue reading

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Wanna Play Quakers And Indians?

Would you like to play Quakers and Indians (or to be more politically correct–Friends and Native Americans)? It is a different take on the childhood game of cowboys and Indians. Since Friends practice non-violence, Quakers and Indians requires no pistols, … Continue reading

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