Category: atheism

Some multi-Media thoughts and more social isolation

I recently read a book called The Atheist’s Way; the author of this book is named Eric Maisel. And TBH, reading this book came at the perfect time, meaning that given the turmoil that the entire world is in right now, reading a book about making one’s own meaning in life was literally just what …

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Numerous podcast thoughts, a thoughtful review of Timecrest and mixed life/school updates

In an episode of the This American Life podcast, its host Ira Glass talked about how our world has changed drastically within the past few weeks. The very first story that he tells us listeners, was a bit of small-talk with a medical professional regarding the Corona Virus. This medical professional that Ira was talking …

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Numerous childfree thoughts, Hidden Brain podcast thoughts, being supportive and life updates

I posted a thread on Twitter which reads:‪If you feel that you have to tell people how great you are, then you aren’t that great…period!! This thought of mine comes to me cuz of a recent Twitter discussion I saw/participated in. And in this discussion, folks were talking about someone in the blind community whose …

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More assorted podcast thoughts, childfree thoughts, mixed life updates and togetherness

I recently went back and re-read my Claircognizance journal that I’d created at the end of last year. And the reason I looked at it recently, was because I wanted to see whether I’d put the weekday that corresponded with each date. And I had not actually done that; so I took the time to …

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More thoughts on Anne with an E, the latest Emergence episode, atheism, upcoming Netflix releases and more

In the show Anne with an E that I’ve been watching on Netflix, something else that stood out to me, was that given how small the town of Avonlea is, Rachel (the gossipy lady I’d mentioned here before) fabricated this idea in the townspeople’s minds that Miss Muriel Stacy was an awful woman. Rachel had …

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My first-ever guest post on someone’s blog, assorted thoughts on living a childfree life, how I find comfort as an atheist and more

I recently wrote my first-ever guest post for someone’s blog. I wrote about how grief and trauma changes us. More specifically I wrote things that quite frankly should be said more regularly. And ironically I wrote this post right as I found out about a recent loss of someone I care deeply about–mom, to be …

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Netflix shows, thoughts on Christmas, weather changes and a heartfelt conversation

In a recent FB exchange with one of the Mama bears I know, we first talked about the cold weather. I’m modifying what I said, just for my blog’s sake; I said:Yes this cold weather is awful for me. It is pretty insane, most especially because I never had to worry about this sort of …

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More podcast thoughts, music and life updates, Netflix shows and more thoughts on the Hallmark controversy

When I posted my latest blog entry where I wrote about Hallmark’s recent realization that being in the LGBTQ+ community is a matter of supporting human rights, I didn’t realize that the Cognitive Dissonance podcast hosts had a bit more to say on the matter. And so now that I’ve listened to that particular story …

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Things that make me ANGRY

Note: some of the things on this list happen to me far more often than they should, while others happen less often. Also, some of them are disability-related. But I think having them all in one list is great. One more thing though: these are not in any specific order, because there are so many …

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Whaat being a feminist means to me

To me, being a feminist means supporting all minority groups, whether that’s disabled individuals, folks in the LGBTQ+ community, religious people of any religious affiliation, people of color (POC) or any other human beings I can’t think of at the moment.To be a feminist for me, means intersectionality, especially given that I’m in more than …

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