Monthly Archives: December 2010

Destiny

I just finished watching a TV series, one that was removed from the air after one season.  The series dealt with free will, predetermination, destiny (or her more rigid sister, fate), quantum wave fields, and theoretical particle physics with light … Continue reading

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Religion and/or Morals?

A very dear person said that my comment about those without religion borrowing a doctrine (in my previous blog Wisdom of the Religions) implied that I think morals come from religion.  Just in case others might be thinking the same … Continue reading

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Wisdom of the Religions

My dear friends and readers, it is Christmas Day in my part of the world. As usual my mind starts its philosophical musing.  Today I am thinking about the great wisdom expressed by the different religions of the world.  Whatever holiday … Continue reading

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Seeking is the journey.

I am a seeker.  The straight path has not interested me, for I can see where it leads.  In weak moments, I question my motivations and doubt my steps, but still I walk meandering through life, ever circling and arcing, … Continue reading

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Thank you.

I haven’t been on here much lately; it’s been such a busy month!  Every year I forget how crazy November is. About a week ago I celebrated the anniversary of my fifth year as a priest of Yemoya. This event … Continue reading

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