Brave Thinker

A thinker who earnestly directs, analyses, and challenges their own beliefs is brave. For it is better to search not like one with a belief to prove, no, first one must drill down into the belief exposing any and all flaws and if there is be willing to address it and if needed remove it. And after doing so myself as a god believer, it was a difficult life choice leave Religion and all its thinking errors but I realized was more valuable. How would we act is the point, we where are different as Non-theistic and Non-magical beliefs is not unreasonable, rather it’s often an exhibition of intellectual honesty accepting the natural world as it presents itself, which is only natural, then why is that seen as so bad? Like, what if we leveled the full weight of reason in an intellectual honesty critique of our one”s own beliefs not leaving any free of rebuilding or...

T.R.U.E. “The Rational Universal Ethics”

T.R.U.E. “The Rational Universal Ethics” by Damien Marie AtHope I wish to make a difference in others’ lives to give back what was given to me. I wish to bring about change in myself and others. I wish to be bold in what I believe in and to match my actions with my words. I believe that many forms of bigotry and hate such as Ethnocentrism, Racism, Sexism, Monosexism, Monogamist Prejudice, Genderism, Homophobia, Lesbophobia, Transphobia, Genderqueerphobia, and Biphobia not a phobia in the clinical sense but forms of prejudice are still major problems in the world today. If one observes the virtues of (T. R. U. E. “The Rational Universal Ethics” or “The Responsible Universal Ethics”) that connect to all things as that of the connectedness equality like those which mirror the rays of the sun, fall down equally with a blind but fair indifference. (what is being expressed is that this sun shining will not favor one over another, no, the same upon everyone offering its light to all plant, animal, human, women, men, single or married, homosexual, bisexual, heterosexual, nonreligious, religious, people of means and those without, able-bodied and those which special needs, people of color, and those who are not, those with access to resources and those which out, young and elderly, etc.) All who wish to follow T. R. U. E. thus embodying a universalize equalitarian standard of ethics should strive to be like a ray of connected light to the world, shining equally and freedom to all of the world. By such efforts a nonbiased unitive ethical approach is possible, one would have an...