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Ignorance is Bliss: Why Religious People Seem Happier Than the 'Nones'”.

Started by Joan Denoo. Last reply by kathy: ky Aug 9. 4 Replies

“Highly Religious Volunteer More, Lie Less, and Claim to Be Happier”~ Houston Chronicle; “Strongly Religious People are Happier than Non-Religious”  ~ Christian Daily."The study determined that 40 percent of highly religious adults—defined as those…Continue

Tags: Nones, happiness, non-religiosity, religiosity, bliss

If you could rid the world of one thing, what would it be?

Started by Idaho Spud. Last reply by Jonathan Simeone Aug 5. 29 Replies

Today, I heard Seth Andrews talk about the question, "If you could rid the world of one thing, what would it be?"  My first thought was religion, but after a few seconds I decided it would be irrational or anti-scientific thinking.  That would take…Continue

Tags: anti-scientific, irrational

The Bourne Again Identity (Mr. Deity)

Started by Loren Miller. Last reply by Loren Miller Aug 3. 3 Replies

There's a young man, unconscious, found tangled with the bushes which describe the edge of your property, late one evening.  Who is he?  Where did he come from?  These are the questions which confound Ward and Pam as they attempt to deal with a most…Continue

Tags: mystery, Bourne, Brian Dalton, Mr. Deity

Where The Buffalo Roam AGAIN - Allan Savory Institute

Started by Joan Denoo. Last reply by Daniel W Jul 31. 3 Replies

Where The Buffalo Roam AGAIN - Allan Savory InstituteI have followed the Justin Rhodes family for many months and each videa is unique. this one is about their adventures in Colorado, and…Continue

Tags: restore, water, soils, bison, Rhodes

Yasmine Mohammed - Confessions of an Ex-Muslim (The Thinking Atheist)

Started by Loren Miller. Last reply by Idaho Spud Jul 7. 6 Replies

Yasmine Mohammed is not your average ex-Muslim.  Not only did she get shut of Islam, she also managed to escape what was at one time the most notorious of radical Islamist organizations: Al Qaeda.  She has since documented the story of her apostasy…Continue

Tags: Islam, Al Qaeda, Yasmine Mohammed, The Thinking Atheist, Seth Andrews

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Comment by The Flying Atheist on May 6, 2014 at 8:22am

I've been a bit absent from here but I have been keeping up to date with all the comments.  Good day to everyone!

Welcome back, Randy.  Thanks for your volunteer service.  I'm sure the setting was beautiful.  Others there will be able to enjoy their experience even more because of you.  I've always enjoyed hiking myself and love the excitement of finding out what's down the trial.

Patricia, I'm glad your weekend went well without any major flare-ups.  I know you were stressed about it.  At bare minimum, at least it was civil.  Sounds like you ate well too!  Despite what has occurred in your past, at least you have ended up in a good place.  Your husband and son sound like great people. 

Ian, I'm glad you have the opportunity to travel as much as you do.  Even when you are away to take care of family business, you always seem to fit some fun activities into your schedule.  You should definitely visit North America if you can.  Western Canada and the northwest U.S. have abundant beautiful scenery.  Of course, the Grand Canyon is also a highly recommended destination.  For great food in a beautiful urban setting, I recommend San Francisco and Seattle.  Of course Chicago, in the mid-west is a great food town as well and has wonderful architecture, museums and theater.  Washington D.C. has many great museums too.

Comment by Randall Smith on May 6, 2014 at 6:40am

It's nice to be back from my Wilderness Volunteer work week near Moab, Utah. Those arches are spectacular (and I don't mean McDonald's)! We got a lot done (trail maintainance).

Comment by Ian Mason on May 6, 2014 at 2:41am

Joan, that's smashing, by Toutatis! Thank you very much.

Comment by Joan Denoo on May 6, 2014 at 12:23am

sk8eycat and another hunt resulted in this: 

Comment by Joan Denoo on May 6, 2014 at 12:19am

Ian, your cartoon started me on a hunt and I came up with this: 

Asterix And the Viking 1/9

Comment by Ian Mason on May 5, 2014 at 11:09pm

Your part of BC looks inviting, Patricia. I've started to think that it's about time I visited the Americas while I'm still able to enjoy taking long walks and enjoying the natural surroundings.

I've been having some "fun" of late on FB. Joined a group called "Legitimacy of the State of Israel" after recieving an invitation from a FB friend in India. Had a debate with someone about the term "antisemitism" that I insist must refer to all Semites and that includes Arabs, who are also a Semitic people. There have been several posts from one person about such subjects as how the secret Muslim Obama is importing Islamist terrorists to the U.S., how Mohammad was a direct biological descendant of Satan etc. The "poster" was very upset when I suggested Halperidol treatment. There are, of course, some more reasonable people there including some who "like" my atheist posts although they don't voice the same views. I also got a link to this project and sent them a donation. I hope it gets off the ground.

http://twoneighbors.com/

A good morning and a pleasant day to you all as you get out of bed in your respective time zones.

Comment by Ruth Anthony-Gardner on May 5, 2014 at 10:30pm

Thanks for sharing your family visit, Patricia. It makes me soooo glad I had nice parents.

Thanks for the sink-o-de-mayo LOL, sk8eycat.

We had great weather for a change. I hope you were all as lucky.

Comment by Steph S. on May 5, 2014 at 10:13am

Patricia I am glad that your visit with your mom is over and you made it through.

How is everyone this Monday?

Comment by sk8eycat on May 5, 2014 at 3:45am

Comment by Ian Mason on May 5, 2014 at 3:28am

From Asterix et les Gothes. Couldn't find the English version:" I can be a barbarian and still love flowers" is the gist of it.

 

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