The fate of religion and spirituality in an open empire society

I know that more than half the people of the world believe in something they would call “spiritual”, and for any of you whom have read much of what I’ve written, it won’t come as a surprise to you that I feel sorry for these people – I pity the adult who cannot see past religion. I hope the religious amongst you will read this nonetheless, as I think it offers you something far greater and more wonderful than the brainwashing death-cult you currently follow.

So in this article I want to deal with the question:

“how would religion fare if it had to take responsibility for the consequences of its actions.”

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The Thermodynamic Value of Art

doggy-art ( muddy paw prints ) on my t-shirt
[ Republished: 3rd edit – 14th March, 2017 – from original article April 2015 ]

author’s note:

This is one of my favourite articles in terms of the topic, so in this rewrite I’ll do my best to do justice to the creative needs of people, and the value to society of properly serving those needs.

The image above the article is doggy-art … a muddy paw print from a very happy and playful puppy ( on my shirt ).

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