I stumbled across a movement called minimalism this week, and it has really struck a chord. In some ways I have always been a minimalist. However, it’s not an idea that I had formally considered, so I haven’t fully incorporated it into all areas of my life. I think it’s time, now.
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I particularly liked this quote because it perfectly describes the purpose of my blog.
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Knowledge is king, and I feel so fortunate that I live in a time where all of the great classics of literature are right at my fingertips.
I remember when I was Christian I generally avoided reading other holy books. I definitely avoided books that were critical of Christianity. I think deep down, I was afraid of what I’d find. Perhaps the best thing about being atheist, is my fear of knowledge has completely disappeared. Knowledge is king, and I feel so fortunate that I live in a time where all of the great classics of literature are right at my fingertips. Continue reading “My Reading List”
Going to Grandma and Grandpa’s house always meant a road trip. They lived on the southwestern border of Iowa–practically in Nebraska, so it took some time to drive there from Minnesota. Their city is a fun little town with a lot of character; shiny casinos ablaze with twinkling lights, and greasy black trainyards that stretch on and on. Trains is most certainly what puts their city on the map. Continue reading “Grandma & Grandpa S (My Dad’s Parents)”
This is a photo gallery of images of my life at age three. As I’ve been looking through some of these, I don’t have many concrete memories of specific things that we did, but I do have thoughts or impressions. I thought I’d share some of my favorites for you. I think subjects are going to jump around quite a bit, so I’ll separate with a line between each. Continue reading “1988 – Age 3”