Monthly Archives: November 2011

The Stolen Holiday

Pre-Christian peoples suffered greatly when the sun took it’s southern trek each year, they had to live on stored food and whatever they could find during that time of the year. Not understanding why the sun took it’s yearly trip … Continue reading

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Immortality Anyone?

There are people who having grown tired, having lost their youthful curiosity, having lost their dreams, long for death. They find nothing stirs within them when looking at a new day’s dawn. No new technological achievement wows them. They have … Continue reading

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What A Superstitious Lot!

Due to irrational fears and beliefs many superstitions are held by many people. For example the superstitions surrounding the common staple: Salt. Everyone has heard that you must toss a pinch of salt over your left shoulder when salt is … Continue reading

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Nature Doesn’t Care That It Doesn’t Care

In 2005 one of the most devastating hurricanes, hurricane Katrina, struck Louisiana. In 2010 a 7.0 earthquake hit Haiti. In short order the mentally unstable proclaimed that these disasters were punishments for sins against God. Both disasters were in reality … Continue reading

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