Seth Andrews: What Dreams May Come…


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Date: January 20, 2018

01) Seth Andrews: What Dreams May Come


“In this (extremely informal) video commentary, Seth Andrews talks about weird dreams, cults and cultures, and the pitfalls of keeping others comfortable.”

Personally…the nagging stopped after a few years…

…At this point…I don’t know if they’ve just forgotten about it, or what…but it doesn’t even come up, anymore…Things are as they used to be.

Sometimes, I’ll get invited to church…or a religious themed holiday card…but, that’s the extent of it.

I’m at peace with this.

Sometimes…I wonder why we were religious, at all…

…Seth is correct…So much of it just does not make any sense…on a “we ought to know better” level.

…Why is atheism even a source of tension?…It’s such an obviously sound conclusion…if you have the courage, to be starkly honest.

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2 thoughts on “Seth Andrews: What Dreams May Come…

  1. feinmann0

    Not just informal, but deeply personal too. Seth is really good value.

    In being treated as property rather than being encouraged to be risk-taking free-thinking individuals making choices in their lives, children are denied healthy development.

    In Seth’s case he has the added problem that this notion of property has extended beyond childhood to more than half way through his life, and still his parents cannot let it go. Just shows how pernicious the effects of systematic religious indoctrination can be within families, within communities and within society as a whole.

    I am convinced religion is the root of many of the evils in the world.

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    1. eqfoundation Post author

      “I am convinced religion is the root of many of the evils in the world.”

      So am I…

      …It’s had some good traits…but, it’s got a lot to answer for…and whatever good may have been done it it’s name, does not excuse the bad.

      Admittedly, I don’t talk about being an atheist with most of my relatives…It’s just not worth the hassle.

      I have a lot of sympathy for Seth.

      Reply

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