The Human Paradox. Blog. So your response to Tuesday’s post was so kind and encouraging.
Thank you. It really means the world to know I’m not alone, that many of us are wandering this religious wilderness together, taking it one step at a time. That said, this has been a painful few weeks, and I think I’ve felt some (self-inflicted) pressure to speak from that pain rather than listen to it. Searching for answers and trying to find the truth. Scotteriology. Skeptics. Pastafarian: Official drivers license pic with colander as headgear. Babasko over on BB Submitterator writes: “Austrian atheism activist Niko Alm managed to convince the Viennese DVA to accept a photo of him wearing a cullander[sic].
The only exception to be allowed to wear headgear in those fotos are headdresses that are worn because of religious reasons. He claimed to be a Pastafarian. And that he had to wear the IKEA cullander[sic] for religoius reasons.” Life's Extremes: Pathological Liar vs. Straight Shooter. In this weekly series, LiveScience examines the psychology and sociology of opposite human behavior and personality types.
Lying — like it or not — is a part of everyday life. Most of us will bend the truth every now and then, with even the most honest person telling the occasional "white lie" to avoid hurting someone else's feelings. Yet some people, called pathological liars, utter untruths constantly and for no clear reason.
CNN Belief Blog - CNN.com Blogs. Robert Lanza, M.D.: Five Reasons You Won't Die. We've been taught we're just a collection of cells, and that we die when our bodies wear out.
End of story. I've written textbooks showing how cells can be engineered into virtually all the tissues and organs of the human body. But a long list of scientific experiments suggests our belief in death is based on a false premise, that the world exists independent of us − the great observer.
Man Rule. Consciousness. JESUS COMPLEX: Is Jesus God? Jesus Complex Have you ever met a man who is the center of attention wherever he goes?
Some mysterious, indefinable characteristic sets him apart from all other men. Well, that’s the way it was two thousand years ago with Jesus Christ.