In a recent much hyped summit between atheists and theists, new ground was reached. Towards the end of what seemed to be a continuous conference with a no agenda, there was both consensus and deconsensus achieved in a manner that seemed to be strangely scripted. While the atheists hijacked almost the entire conference without even looking at the agenda first demanding the burden of proof be rightly weighed, leaving the other attendees and the moderator baffled at their lack of decorum, there were also wars in between groups on both sides of the argument. There seemed to be an equal raising and hushing of voices. It was noted that there was, over all, much to hide from, for at least a part of the group, or at least so it seemed —> http://sarcasmfromsunil.blogspot.in/2013/08/athiest-theist-summit-takes-surprising.html
“What is talkativeness? It is the result of doing away with the vital distinction between talking and keeping silent. Only some one who knows how to remain essentially silent can really talk— and act essentially. Silence is the essence of inwardness, of the inner life. Mere gossip anticipates real talk, and to express what is still in thought weakens action by forestalling it. But some one who can really talk, because he knows how to remain silent, will not talk about a variety of things but about one thing only, and he will know when to talk and when to remain silent. Where mere scope is concerned, talkativeness wins the day; it jabbers on incessantly about everything and nothing.”
― Søren Kierkegaard
Beginners guide to minimalism.
Trying to figure out how bitchy I’m allowed to be at this stage in my life.
here are our final two charts of the day!
- Luisa Piechnik’s Love Life to date.
- Geralyn Broder Murray’s scale of love.
thank you everyone for sharing a great valentine’s day with me and all the brilliant minds that feel compelled to mediate with the their feelings via math.