A snap decision comes. A season turns its back. A moment fades. After a while, the season twirls around. It flashes you and laughs, dropping its robe. The changing seasons are often used to describe life’s effervescence. “Boy, that was a fast summer. Too fast, if you ask me! Just like life!” You’ll often hear… Read More Seasons Pass Away, Too
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There’s a popular question, one that will make people think and debate, one that can still be asked in mixed company of all political persuasions, religions, and identities. No one will take offense to this question, as it is thought of as a philosophical in nature. It’s a moral question, really, on whether or not… Read More The Hitler Proposition: Would You Kill A Man Who Wants to Kill 3 Million People?