Why I Trust the Future

The weird worldview my mother taught me gives me cause to hope in the face of chaos.

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I was not raised religious, not by a long shot. My mother was brought up Catholic in Texas and, as a result, wanted to keep my sister and I as far from the Church as she could. My father was brought up, I don’t know, vaguely Christian. He’s a retired physicist whose spiritual exodus…

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Essays on practical spiritual awakening, revolutionary social change, and why they’re the same thing.

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Into real democracy and being happy. www.allgodsnomasters.com

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