The Danger and Necessity of Contentment

"The unexamined life is not worth living" -Socrates In cornerstone of philosophy is the constant pursuit of the unattained. Whether knowledge in general or answers to questions, the philosopher never quits asking the cliché question, "Why?" I don't claim to be a philosopher or anything close to one, but I did study them in my … Continue reading The Danger and Necessity of Contentment

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Hell: A Series on Perspectives of the Afterlife (part 1)

This is a fairly intimidating title for a series of posts, but I feel as though the subject matter warrants something a little more intense. Throughout the next few posts in this section I want to explore various perspectives in the existence of an eternal "Hell," or, rather a place where one spends eternity outside … Continue reading Hell: A Series on Perspectives of the Afterlife (part 1)