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We Have It

It started so nicely. I managed to wake up bright and early, got a light breakfast and started on the reading routine I follow. Went out and picked up the litter around my building, then headed out for an early … Continue reading

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Anchorage of the Soul

Here’s the picture as I see it: The left-right paradigm is false. There is no left and right, only a collection of minor disagreements between two brands of elitist plutocrat controls. In a certain sense, the entire range of government … Continue reading

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More on Meta-religion

What holds us together? We have no ideal. At least, we have nothing that most humans would recognize as an ideal, because our aim is otherworldly. Our union is communion on another plane. What holds us together is not in … Continue reading

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We Want More

Let me attempt to draw a picture here. I very much want a community, a fellowship based on shared beliefs. Not conformity and uniformity, because a primary doctrine at work here is the necessity of seeking to share what can … Continue reading

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Bits and Pieces 23

WordPerfect is vastly superior technology for documents. The underlying concept is based on long established principles of formating electronic documents and is self-consistent. It really is the right way to do things. It was also easy to repair and recover … Continue reading

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Mystical Evangelism

A critical element in building a covenant community is ditching the goal-oriented thinking. Thinking in terms of a concrete goal and efficiency is what turned mainstream Christian religion into a huge conversion machine. Mainstream evangelism is little more than manipulation; … Continue reading

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Kiln blog: Clay Pots

I forgot to link this earlier; excerpt… It’s all about the treasure, not the jars. This is more precious than the Qumran scrolls, because this is something that lives, not fragile shreds of dessicated animal skins with ink. By the … Continue reading

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