Posts tagged dogma
Friday Musings: Philosophical Brothers and Sisters

The people I am close with may not appear to be close friends at all. I may go weeks or even months without checking in. Time, ambition, and the unpredictability of life has created physical distance. Still, when we see each other there is an immediate depth and love. It is like coming home. You are connecting with someone who has the capacity to know you and relate to your worldview.

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Friday Musings: Women's and Men's Progress Are Not Mutually Exclusive

Characteristic of today’s social justice dogmas, another undeniably good cause has been so perverted by hyperbole and an inability to perceive nuance that we are left with only two extreme poles dominating the public debate. We must dispel of the notion that male progress and female progress are somehow mutually exclusive. The sexes aren’t battling for a finite reserve of power. Rather, each sex benefits from the other’s progress. Males and females are symbiotic.

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We’re All Wrong. Republicans. Democrats. Even You. So, What Now?

We- all of us- need to start getting very comfortable with the idea that we don’t have much figured out. Our beliefs are certainly faulty, needing refinement. Progress is only possible when people overcome the immaturity and insecurity that drive delusional certainty. The consensus of history’s most brilliant minds is that learning more only served to expose them to a constant bouquet of their own miscalculations and misassumptions. Let’s be open to confronting our own obvious ignorance and finding ourselves better today than yesterday. To do so, lets’ honor the inherent truths that underlie our “opponent’s” beliefs and work to explore the flaws in our personal world views. Whether Republicans, Democrats, or dogged independents, we have much to learn and always will.

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