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    Re: anxiety over belongings

    My family has wayyyy too much stuff. 12 years, 4 kids and many dogs later, we have things still in boxes that I haven't seen in years. We have more than what fits in storage so I am continuously...
  2. Thread: Life Support

    by cesara
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    Life Support

    My brother-in-law was put in an induced coma and was put on life support yesterday. He contracted c diff and has bilateral pneumonia, and his kidneys and liver are failing, on top of a very...
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    Re: free speech vs. political correctness

    Oh, geez, sorry you feel that way. *bows out*
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    Re: hello from indiana!

    Asatru + Thelema....interesting! Good to have you here. :)
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    Re: Back....again. :)

    Awe, thanks Juni!
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    Re: free speech vs. political correctness

    yup. Agreed. But, I still say that trigger warnings don't cross any lines into totalitarianism like the article is suggesting. *shrugs*

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    B de Corbin, I see how you came to...
  7. Thread: Hello hello.

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    Re: Hello hello.

    Nice to have you here, Resa. :)
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    Re: free speech vs. political correctness

    My girlfriend did her undergrad in criminology. She took a class on serial killers (I'm not sure if it was a compulsory course). When it came to the reading part she showed up at my door with the...
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    Re: free speech vs. political correctness

    I agree with everything you say, Thal...every...last...word.

    That said, the question was how far is too far when it comes to breaching the lines between tolerance and totalitarianism.....what you...
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    Re: free speech vs. political correctness

    Ohhh! A snake pit! I'll jump in....lol.

    This is short as I have kids to get ready for school....but, it should kick things off...

    The line is drawn when those prejudices express in a social...
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    Re: What is a witch?

    Girl, you so rock! You've given me faaaar more in this thread than I could have even hoped for!

    That's probably some of the most reasonable stuff I've read in some time!

    Being that you're on my...
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    Re: What is a witch?

    Yes! I definitely agree with this, though it does bring me into a grey area where, before, I was pretty sure I had it figured out...lol.
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    Re: Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn?

    Ermm.....it's not BS. *ducks*

    Gerald Gardner was friends with an aging Crowley, who was a Golden Dawn member and many believe there is obvious evidence that some of the Wiccan rituals have GD...
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    Re: Belief vs. Reason

    Praise Gawd for #1! (noooo, not THAT #1!....lol)

    Thanks for this, guys.....now THIS is the types of discussions that I have missed!
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    Re: Newbie on the block

    You sound like an interesting folk! Good to have you here! :)
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    Re: Belief vs. Reason

    I thought I'd post a question to atheists that is comparable to the 'proof' question they ask theists...

    Science hinges on the scientific method....the scientific method depends on 2 axioms

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    Re: What is a witch?

    ROTFL! Ahhh, the duck! How could I have forgotten! :P

    So, for you guys....what are the skills and crafts you would associate with being a witch?
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    Re: Belief vs. Reason

    ...and I think this is where the very vocal new atheists fall flat on their patooties....I will quote the article I posted earlier, again: "Religious convictions, in many cases, are held not because...
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    What is a witch?

    My interpretation of the term 'witch' is limited to 'someone who uses magic/witchcraft as part of their religious practice'.

    I had mentioned to a friend, the other day, that I was no longer a...
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    Re: Getting my head straight

    It's good to share your thoughts and feelings during times like that, so, good on you for posting.

    We've all been there. In my experience, life hands out HUGE learning curves every now and then. ...
  21. Thread: So um yeah, hey

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    Re: So um yeah, hey

    Nice to see you here. Welcome!
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    Re: Hey from Georgia!

    It's good to have you here!
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    Re: Belief vs. Reason

    Yes, and, there is no such thing as empirical proof of God, or spiritual experience...and, as far as I can tell, that's kind of the point of this thread. :)
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    Re: Belief vs. Reason

    Indeed, B. de Corbin, indeed. My line of thought was that belief doesn't have to be supported by empirical 'truth' in order for it to be spiritually effective. Now, of course someone can take the...
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    Re: Belief vs. Reason

    Very well said, Thalassa! And yes, 'truth' is, indeed, a very slippery thing....

    I found this quote and thought it was quite appropriate for this thread:

    - Plato, The Republic
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