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stephen-evans's picture
May.30.2013
"If you'd like to understand the Meaning of Life, this book will  explain why you can't. "
christopher-cudworth's picture
Apr.30.2013
  A familiar figure ahead on the road. Strong calves. Vee-shaped back. A quick pedal turnover on his black hybrid bike. I recognized my old friend Pete, a high school cross country teammate, pedaling out of town headed who knows where. It was 5:00 on a Sunday. Light was getting dim due to a...
courtney-filigenzi's picture
Oct.03.2012
“Who am I and why am I here?” It’s a question a lot of us ask ourselves throughout our lives and sometimes we find an answer.  Once in awhile, that answer can be momentous and eye-opening, giving us new found confidence and opening our eyes to the meaning of our past and a pathway to our...
abraham-mertens's picture
Aug.15.2012
  "A man has made at least a start on discovering the meaning of human life when he plants shade trees under which he knows full well he will never sit." D. Elton Trueblood, American author and theologian   This quote made me think about the story of the church that needed to do some...
barry-eva's picture
Jul.19.2012
Farrokh Nazerian was born in Iran, lived in England and currently resides in Santa Barbara, he has been a journalist, editor, poet, entrepreneur, art collector, developer, and above all, he has been a lifelong student of “knowledge. Now he has also been a guest on “A Book and a Chat”. His novel...
johnny-tan's picture
Apr.27.2012
Mother’s Day is a two and a half weeks away.  Most of us appreciate being reminded days ahead about this important day. It gives us plenty of time to get that special gift expressing our love and gratitude to our mothers. This year in honoring my 9 moms and mothers everywhere, I am giving away...
a-colin-wright's picture
Jan.31.2011
Now that I have returned from an extended period away and am finally getting my head above water again, and getting over a 12-hour jet lag, I shall finally be able shortly to continue my thoughts on "religion" and meaning. New Zealand gave me a lot to think about!
a-colin-wright's picture
Jan.31.2011
Now that I have returned from an extended period away and am finally getting my head above water again, and getting over a 12-hour jet lag, I shall finally be able shortly to continue my thoughts on "religion" and meaning. New Zealand gave me a lot to think about!
a-colin-wright's picture
Jan.31.2011
Now that I have returned from an extended period away and am finally getting my head above water again, and getting over a 12-hour jet lag, I shall finally be able shortly to continue my thoughts on "religion" and meaning. New Zealand gave me a lot to think about!
emile-benoit's picture
Dec.17.2010
I am a madman in the same manner in which Socrates was mad. As Spinoza was mad. As Joyce, Dickenson, Blake, Weil, and Dostoyevsky were mad. All viewed humanity much as a child might view his father - glorious, courageous, full of integrity and promise. Yet, all eventually would grow disillusioned...