More about Buddhism's most misunderstood concept, "emptiness".
ON SF exhaustion, and the point of believing in tomorrow.
Most of us simply don't care what we stuff in there. It's a moral failing.
The difference between a skeptic and a cynic is motives.
On training yourself to see the obvious things.
On why the problem is not belief or the absence of same.
For sentient beings who have considered suicide when the world seemed to be enuf.
Belief or nonbelief isn't absolutely correlated with good behavior; it's all in how you use it.
"I did it, why can't you?" dissected.
I'll tell me what to really think.
Respect ≠ tolerance, and why that's not a bad thing.
Zen's "no-mind" means humility, not cultivated ignorance.
Why am I, the atheist, reading a book of religious philosophy? Homework, but some other things too.
On love being the highest law.
On using SF as an examination of the clashes of spiritual opposites.