Hello Terry. Thank you for welcoming me. I'm looking forward to finding evidence of rationality, truth and peace somewhere, and I'm hoping such worthy pursuits may be lingering among members here. It has been my experience that the common sense (to which you refer below) is decidedly uncommon.
bon apres' midi par SF!! thanks for the reminder of this most interesting and necessary group... while I do not often post, I DO in fact read the articles, and the posts of others. It is reassuring to know that SOME people still have the ability to question what they are told... to doubt is human.
Thanks for the comment.The government here allocated the land opposite to my house for children park.But the people around here built a temple in that place.I really got irritated about this matter.Even they started collecting donations.Every street here has a temple.If we ask questions,then we are not in safety zone. I felt that in an atheist city, these types of irrational behaviour will not exist.
It was nice to see your email this morning. Thank you very much for your consideration. I look forward to joining these quite interesting individuals in some deep conversation and hot topics. It is a great joy to be here. Suz
Thank you for the warm welcome, Dr Meaden. It is actually a relief to be here. I look forward to learning more and sharing ideas with like-minded people. I will definitely check out the group you recommended!
As a new member, your words are very inspiring.I have a small suggestion, which may sound stupid.please excuse..We keep talking and discussing on the web.Will we remain just chatting throughout our life or can we bring in a change?
In India, people live in communities.eg: the Brahmins.They covered the places like mylapore,triplicane,nanganallur.Even today they have the board hanging at their gates"house only for brahmins".Why can't we live in as a community.Initially atleast by a street. We can create a difference and prove the rest of the world.Is this possible? Or this will ever remain a dream