Own your loss, and be open about it with other people. Help others understand what they need to do to help you cope.
Did you know that a lot of people are REALLY lousy communicators? No, it’s true! I’m sorry to break it to you. I, on the other hand have a superpower—hearing impairment. Continue reading “Hearing Impairment is my Superpower”
Are you spending your time wisely?
Imagine that your day can only be devoted to the most important values. Are you spending your time wisely? If not, how can you reorganize your life so that it reflects your values? Think of small changes that you can make every day that can make a difference. Continue reading “Re-Evaluate Your Life With this Simple Thought-Provoking Exercise”
“I just tell myself that I’m going to read 10 pages a day, no matter what”. —Mom
In one of my previous posts, I was asked if I was going to “dedicate my son” in the religious sense. In that post, I revealed an idea of mine to put together “secular lessons” for kids of atheist parents. I don’t currently know of any materials out there that help kids navigate the world of “right” and “wrong”, for developing their own sense of morality, or teaching reason and free thought. Continue reading “Secular Lessons for Kids”
I’m going to dedicate my son to free thinking and reason. I’m dedicating my son to good citizenship.
My sister-in-law asked me if I was going to dedicate my son. “Dedication” is a ceremony that many churches are doing these days for new arrivals. Families bring their babies to church and publicly declare their intention to raise their child as a Christian in front of the congregation. Since some of my family members don’t know that I’m atheist, I gave her an awkward look and just said Continue reading “Are you going to dedicate your son?”