Most of these essays are quite old, dating from around 2009. My views have remained largely the same, but today I'd give them a more polished and softer-spoken treatment.
- Our obliviousness to paradigm shifts, or Things I wish were taught in school
- The few best productivity, motivation, and anti-procrastination ideas (2009 - 2017)
- How to eat healthy without cooking, in less than 10 minutes a day (2006 - 2016)
On travel and relationships (2017)
The movie We Don't Live Here Anymore poses an interesting question: do we love someone for who they are, or for what they do? In this essay, I explain why We are what we do.
Understanding religion as a virus of the mind - conversation with author Darrel Ray, Ed. D., on his book The God Virus
On US election day (2008-Nov-04), I debated a coworker who was FOR California Proposition 8, (banning same-sex marriage). As I said in another essay, if these persons are forced to articulate their beliefs in a clear, logical manner, they will quickly reach a reasoning blank (or act like a broken record and repeat the same debunked argument over and over). Here is the debate with a 'YES on 8' person.
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