Category Archives for Philosophizin’

Contextual Consumption

When I hear the question, “Is it unethical to eat meat?” — I smile before even beginning to let the intellectual gears turn. What a first-world luxury it is to be able to participate in such a debate. The discussion … Continue reading

25. March 2012 by Greg
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Buddhism Haikus

If there’s anything I’ve learned about the meaning of meditation – it’s that you don’t have to sit around in the lotus position while breathing the Om. Meditation can spread to so many different sorts of activities. It is about … Continue reading

23. November 2011 by Greg
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Bliss and Religious Education in a Chat Room

It happened. I sat there, totally stunned, staring at the computer screen. I had just had a moment of complete and pure bliss. Oddly, it was in an internet chat room. (Not the sort of place known for touching nirvana.) … Continue reading

20. November 2011 by Greg
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Context, motivation, consideration

The older I get, the less I know. So the refrain goes. For me it’s apt if for no other reason than the sheer explosive righteousness of my college years. I wrote for the university newspaper. Less “wrote” than “ranted.” … Continue reading

16. August 2011 by Greg
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