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Not as bad as it sounds…

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I have compared this blog to Christ.  That may sound a bit sacriligious, but just a minute, let me explain before you excommunicate me.  First of all, my discovery of identity (as articulated in my core beliefs) does not replace my faith.  It merely enhances and diversifies my character.  So yes I still believe in the literal Christ.  However, this blog has given me freedom, expression, joy, and immortality. And it helped rescue me from a dark place.  Does that not sound like Christ?  So I think I’m safe from the thunderbolts of blasphemy 🙂

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Philosophy 101 with Professor K Wilkinson

The theory of existentialism posits a few things, one of which may be stated as follows:

“death just reveals the absolute absurdity of life.”  (“The Sopranos”- watched a few episodes after James Gandolfini died)

It’s true that we are born and that we later die.  But perhaps in the space betwixt birth and death, we might experience, tell, and immortalize our stories.  And if we’re lucky, we might just have a little fun while we’re at it 🙂

#humor (stretching on this one…but at least so with the post title, right?)

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