The calendar is our calendar.
We are guardians of our own time that the universe and billions of galaxies
have no part or play within. Here’s the current date under consideration:
February 14-15, which will seemingly be so as long Continue reading →
Have you seen people hugging
Trump as if they are worshipping him as “truly-really” “God’s Chosen” emissary
to Earth as if a Moses or a Noah or… in some fashion … a Jesus manifestation?
Notice, too, the people of such Continue reading →
It’s so simply correct: SING
OUT HOLD ON BREATHE EVEN COVENANTALLY ALIGNING LIFE’S MEANINGS!
This word is
apocroaptic—covering all bases of sentience&substance&sound. Sure, it’s
also an amalgam-acronym-neologism utterance. But if you can say
ontological-spiritual-existential-psychological-archetypal, etc. – and the
words that Continue reading →
I keep hearing myself say “I’m Sorry”—hearing no “thank-yous.”
And I am a bit. I should have been better at marketing a “worthy perspective.”
Some doors closed my attempts. Astronauts couldn’t wear glasses.
That didn’t work. Left home at 18 Continue reading →
Of course. I’m an expert on this subject. My Master’s
Thesis in Divinity (A Destiny of Sharing) was about QPQ. My Master’s Thesis in
Clinical Psychology (The Use of Reciprocity in Counseling) was a continuance of
QPQ comprehension and use. Continue reading →
Well, time to fess-up and spit-it-out: My Nobody Status increases as I write this. Four books and a rather full website since 2010 and nary a peep. A few buys and perhaps a few little reads — but no response. Continue reading →
From late 1969 to 1973 ( year
of Roe vs. Wade ), I, a liberal minister in an Indiana college town, was active
with a nationwide Clergy Referral Service (CRS), counselling women/families
about abortion and where they could safely go Continue reading →
This phrase “Sacral Humanism” was introduced on this site
in the article “Three “S” Words to Clarify,” where “sacral” was used to replace
“secular” as the defining adjective for Humanism. So, I’m going to explain this
now. Humanism is prevalent Continue reading →
Amazing the stats of how many people commit suicide every year. A regular news item. Many years as a minister-counselor, I’ve lived with these realities — even directly counseled a few to successfully reconsider. This is not to report such Continue reading →