Linda Hogan’s Happy Challenge

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  1. Anonymous
    Anonymous December 12, 2008 at 4:52 pm .

    Inspiring post, Joe! And I’ll join you in taking this happy challenge. I wonder if our difficulty stems from the schizophrenic baggage we’ve inherited from the Western mind. Western religion teaches that material reality is an illusion and that the true goal of each sinful individual is to reach an otherwordly afterlife. Western science teaches that material reality is all that is real and

  2. Joseph Hutchison
    Joseph Hutchison November 23, 2008 at 8:38 pm .

    I have yet to see evidence of a "super-intelligent" human being, and at the rate we’re destroying the planet I doubt if we’ll ever see one.<BR/><BR/>You’re right that labels never really work; every individual’s view is subtle. Unless you’re a "born again" or adherent to some other rigid belief system—the kind of person who craves labeling….<BR/><BR/>As for links, I love ’em. All you need to

  3. brian a j s
    brian a j s November 23, 2008 at 2:50 am .

    I also enjoy writing through which <BR/>"a sense of wonder" flows, but due<BR/>to my lifelong breathing ailments<BR/>"when the air leaves your lungs"<BR/>hooked my attention. <BR/><BR/>Not sure what she means by <BR/>"Given"; if she means one’s birth<BR/>name, several years ago I found myself questioning how, if at all,<BR/>the name which identifies me has anything to do with who I really am.<BR

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