Monthly Archives: August 2016

From a short biography of Tolstoy

“In the latter part of his life Tolstoy “became the prophet of a new religion. It was to be based upon a few simple commandments: Be no man’s enemy; never give way to your wrath; and never resort to violence. … Continue reading

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God Is Not Selfless

Oh, God and Allah, they don’t mind If everyone will die; They’re far from selfless, I do find, With egos flying high. They’ve got it all and do not dream To give up what they’ve got. Above the earth, they … Continue reading

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The Same

The Christian loved his enemy And hugged him close and tight. He did not live with pride to be, And had no will to fight. The Muslim slapped the Christian Upon his selfless cheek; The Christian turned the other way … Continue reading

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Phony Christ Bologna

Jesus did not suffer on the cross. If we take the myth at face value for a minute we see that Jesus, being the son of God, like God is immortal. And, knowing all things, he knows he is immortal. … Continue reading

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Self, Waking

I imagined and face and called it God, Then one said he was God’s spokesman And I must obey whatever he’d say Or I’d go to Hell as a broke man. I imagined a Hell and scared me to death, … Continue reading

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Gold Medal Speeches

The Sprinter’s Speech I did my best, the gold is mine; I won by my own sure design. I owe not God, nor helping team; I am the whole of my own dream. In light of glory here I stand, … Continue reading

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Essentials and Mo

The watchers watch the runners run; They’ve worked long hours with competence To earn their pay for jobs well done, And now see their essential sense. A metaphysic joy is theirs— Life’s purpose in a single act Devoid of all … Continue reading

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