Monthly Archives: November 2007

Buddhist Philosophy + MP3s = Peace Of Mind

If an mp3 is just a combination of 1s and 0s stored on a computer, does that mean that every song that could possibly be composed already exists?  This concept combined with what Buddhists call, ‘Immutable Forms’, has really changed … Continue reading

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Beliefs Toward God

There’s those who believe in God, those who don’t, and those who aren’t sure, but is there really much difference? There’s most notably three different positions most people hold toward beliefs in God: 1. theists:  Those who believe in God(s) … Continue reading

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Love of Scandal

Have you ever wondered why people strangely seem to love to hear about corruption, scandals, and other immorality – especially when it involves successful politicans or businessmen?

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Worship and Idealization Of Heroes

Heroes, idols, ideals, God, Gods… When I woke up today, I laid in bed for some time, thinking about what it means to ‘worship’ something.

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In Search Of Security

Lately I’ve been reflecting on the psychological concept of ‘security’, and have found some interesting discoveries.

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