Posts tagged Philosophical
Understanding the Illusion of Certainty

The illusion of certainty.  The anxiety you experience in your life is based upon uncertainty and the unknown.  Yet we know more now than we ever have.  But there will always be a level of uncertainty that we will have to deal with.  I believe most systems of politics, religion, spirituality and civilization were created as a way to lessen uncertainty.  Yet in the mix of that, we may have created even more uncertainty.   How does this effect you?

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The Deep Seated Fear of What We Cannot Control

While it may seem like many atheists and freethinkers are angry, the deep frustration of understanding things that other people either do not want to know, do not know, or claim that they do but do not want to change their minds, can become a big reason for frustrations to boil over to what appears to be anger.  When justifications for harm and injustice are disguised as reasons to accept things that do not justify reality, it gets increasingly difficult not to feel like confronting.  You cannot help but be angry when you see people creating and believing in injustice, while criticizing those fighting and working so hard to understand the world, and trying to make it a better place for us to live.

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Say What You Need To Say

I was just thinking about how some filmmakers are unethical in their filmmaking.  How long do they think they can continue to make films like this before people get sick of them by being liars?  I want to state clearly, that I am very vocal about my views, but I don't want to be disingenuous in my filmmaking.  

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What's This Life For?

When I was in my late teens, I would listen to a song called "What's This Life For" by the band Creed and often wonder the same question.  While the context of the question was more of why is life crazy and fucked up for me back then, I feel the context as an adult is much different.

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