Current Pondering..."If you will practice being fictional for a while, you will understand that fictional characters are sometimes more real than people with bodies and heartbeats. (R. Bach: Illusions)

You have found my place for 'pondering'! (warm conspiratorial s) (bright direct gaze) Here I pose my thoughts on many topics, but mostly they have to do with...Life...the Universe...Reality, or lack thereof (wg).....well, Everything!

Have YOU asked yourself Recently....

Who Am I?

What Am I Doing?

Where Am I Going?

Why Am I Here?

Perhaps they are Not as easy to answer as you might think? (sparkling gaze)

Favorite Quotes/Sayings:

"It's only the Giving that makes you...what you are." (Ian Anderson)

"God put me on Earth to accomplish a certain number of things. Right now I am so far behind, I will Never Die!" (Calvin, of "Calvin & Hobbes")

"..the love you take, is equal to the love you make." (Paul McCartney)

"Argue for your limitations, and sure enough, they're yours." (R. Bach: Illusions)

"Life is a Game....I Play Seriously, and to Win!" (Beauty)

Thoughts & Ponderings:

Why does the world fight so Hard to destroy that which is Truely Good? Of what are you so Afraid?

Faith alone is no longer enough to sustain Humankind's philo-metaphysical evolution. Religion can not endure as it is, based solely on 'blind' faith. People Must begin to Comprehend their own nature and that of the reality around them. They Must strive to understand and Live that understanding. The always ominous question of "Why?" must be answered. It Has an answer if one is willing to find it, to accept it.

We are creatures of Learning, and Teaching.

The most important thing one can do, in this Life, is to be True to oneself. To live as we Believe. To do otherwise is a lie and a waste of time. For what is the point of believing a thing to be True and then acting as if it is Not so? Sadly enough I see too many peope doing just that.

Is it really That hard? Why do people so often act in ways contradictory to what the say they believe?

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Last revised 3/22/96