Monthly Archives: March 2012

On the value of “One” in defusing anger

Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to visit with a close relative for an extended period of time. It was a good visit, as I normally get along quite well with this relative, whom I’ll call George. Occasionally, though, … Continue reading

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What’s in the Boisjoly family name? A mystery and some history

About a month ago, I read a news story in The Huffington Post precipitated by the recent death of Roger Boisjoly, the engineer whose warning about the space shuttle booster rocket O-rings went unneeded by his bosses at Morton Thiokol … Continue reading

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More on an atheist’s perspective on “metapersonal God”

Since the beginning of the year, I have posted some entries to this blog in which I state that an atheist could believe in God, examine how I might have introduced the term “metapersonal God” to the Google-searchable record of … Continue reading

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