Tag: dogma

philosophy

Survival Of The Fittest

Obviously, evolution is a thing. Proven by science, observable in reality, it’s a theory with enough supportable evidence to be considered truth. Ignore any fundamentalist Christians who tell you otherwise. Their entire proof is in hearsay and a book that if they actually read it, they’d realize it makes no sense at all. (Seriously. Question …

philosophy

My Why

If you’ve ever read Simon Sinek’s book, Start With Why, or saw his TED talk about the same subject, you’ll have an idea where I’m going with this. (While we’re on the subject, watch the TED talk.  Don’t bother with the book, unless you need eighty-six examples written in 246 pages of small type and relentless …

Writing

Hello, World

I’ve been thinking about how to say “Hello, world.”  I don’t really have an answer. Part of the issue is that I spent the first thirty years of my life operating under the assumption that my intelligence would carry me through.  Blinded by personal dogma, I didn’t really understand who the enemy truly was, or …