Earlier this year, I was hoping to get through more books to read. I tried reading a chapter of Haught’s book and Stanton’s book each day prior to reviewing them. Long story short, it burned me out far more than I expected. I had assumed the burn out I was feeling would go away, but … Continue reading Life Update: Reading Two Books at a Time was a Huge Mistake, Writing has Slowed to a Snail’s Pace, and Thoughts on Contemporary Life
If anyone picked this up, read the first three chapters, and concluded that it was all rubbish then they would be well within their rights to do so. While there is a good display of competence and critique in the latter 6 chapters, they’re spaced quite horribly and jarring to read.
It might just be my current mood due to the lockdown and quarantine, and I hope I don't continue feeling this way, but I feel a strange sense of emptiness that's only grown worse. I can't bring myself to focus on anything in particular, especially not the novel that I had hoped to place the … Continue reading Disillusioned With Enlightenment Values and My Commitments to Personal Integrity
Even if I try to pay attention, it is just an endless ocean of melodrama submerging me in either feeling detached from all the negative news or just never having any real conversations on serious issues of importance. Whether Climate Change, Islam, Gun Control, or whatnot.
Timeline of Abuse for Early 2000-2010s Discoveries Timeline of Abuse of 2018 Discoveries We Saw Nuns Kill Children: The Ghosts of St. Joseph’s Catholic Orphanage 'No more pain' victim wrote of Pa. priest sex abuse, as he and others took their own lives and ‘It happened everywhere’: The unimaginable scale of sexual abuse in Pennsylvania’s Catholic Church. … Continue reading A Short List of Catholic Church’s History of the Rape and Torture of Children
I've written about how Faith in Doubt was a 4-year project and about why you shouldn't be daunted by the page count, so I'd like to go into more details for people who might still be on the fence despite such assurances and explain briefly what each section has to offer so I wanted to … Continue reading Why Should You Consider Reading Faith in Doubt: Do You Question Your Faith?
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Note: This is Part 2 of 2 of my critique of people who I use to have more respect for. While many are accepting of my identity of Hindu Atheist/Hindu Anti-theist, there are those in the Western Atheist community who are not and there’s even worse problems on following through with their supposed beliefs and … Continue reading Have Prominent Ex-Muslims of the West been consistent with open dialogue and challenging their views?
As you'll recall, I foolishly anticipated that I'd probably be done by last month. That didn't happen. I had hoped for my next update to be the good news of sending my book for self-publishing and delayed writing this in the hopes of doing just that, but . . . I can't and I feel … Continue reading Progress Note: Death in the Family, Burnout, and Striving Onward
"Fire is hot, water cold, refreshingly cool is the breeze of morning; By whom came this variety? They were born of their own nature. This also has been said by Brhaspati: There is no heaven, no final liberation, nor any soul in another world, Nor do the actions of the four castes, orders, or priesthoods … Continue reading Distancing Myself from Supporting Western Ex-Muslims
Donald Trump is Dooming the US and Conceding Everything to Islamism, both domestically and especially through groveling to Foreign Influence
The Modern Left Isn't Just Eating Itself; It is Becoming a Monolithic Tragicomedy
I just happened upon this interesting Youtuber when doing some further research regarding the Aryan Invasion theory: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XSVZB3zJ35I I decided to look up his "scientific sources" because I want to be wrong. Only to find to my surprise that this man's sources contradict his claims in his video. Source 2: Is only about migration within the … Continue reading Survive The Jive: A Youtuber Filled With Lies
I feel this is an important issue to highlight, because Western Academia seems poised to just ignore painful truths of history, even if it means genocide denial for the sake of treating all religions as equal. After learning more about the issues within Islam, I had to re-evaluate what I thought was true from US … Continue reading Intellectual Cowardice: Western Indology is Promoting Genocide Denial Of India’s Past
Twitter Is Now Banning Accounts of Female Saudi Asylum Seekers At Risk Of Being Murdered On top of that, this puts these women at serious risk since Saudi Arabia is now labeling them as just as dangerous as terrorists and using advanced military tracking of their IMEI numbers to hunt them down and kill them … Continue reading Twitter’s Latest Shameful Actions: Helping Despotic Governments Kill Asylum Seekers
I found that my word count for Part II was 325,718 and combined with Part I which was on a separate file, it became 404,444 words. It amounted to 881 pages in word. For comparison, my first and terrible attempt at an ebook is around 18,000 words and takes up 203 pages double-spaced on Amazon's ebook page count.
Rape, torture, slavery, and genocide. They’re the most likely to support human violence as per their holy books.
Fully completed revising and citing all of Part I, finished revising and citing the sections on Original Sin and Judaism, and currently in the process of revising and citing the section about Christianity for Part II. I spent too much time on revising the section on Islam for the third time, but admittedly I did … Continue reading Progress Note: Writing A Book Is A Second Job