“There are years that ask questions and years that answer.”
-Zora Neale Hurston
(I call this a story and not the story of Ganesha because there are many versions. This one is the most popular.)
(Warning: This may be the most personal post yet. Don’t worry, I won’t take it too seriously.) Recently I signed up for a class titled Great Religious Art: From Sacred to Spiritual. It would not be possible for me to pass up a class with that kick-ass title. It’s got art! It’s got religion! It’s got a professor who drinks wine in class (not joking)! It’s about to have a student who drinks wine in class (that’s me)! Continue reading
How people treat you is their karma; how you react is yours.
-Dr. Wayne Dyer
Whether you are “spiritual” or “religious,” there should be a code of ethics to follow in regards to how you treat other fellow believers and non-believers. With that, I am aware that my MacBook doesn’t carry the same weight as a burning bush talking to you. (Nothing about a golden calf here but I am sitting at my silver apple.)
1. Thou shalt not engage in arguments with atheists.