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Albert Camus (7 Nov 1913 – 4 Jan 1960) French-Algeria-born Nobel Prize winning author, journalist, and philosopher. His views contributed to rise of philosophy known as absurdism. . .awarded 1957 Nobel Prize for Literature "for his important literary production, which w/ clear-sighted earnestness illuminates problems of human conscience in our times." ~ Gay Hendricks chose an Albert Camus quote on page October 7 in A YEAR OF LIVING CONSCIOUSLY.

Albert Camus (7 Nov 1913 – 4 Jan 1960) French-Algeria-born Nobel Prize winning author, journalist, and philosopher. His views contributed to rise of philosophy known as absurdism. . .awarded 1957 Nobel Prize for Literature "for his important literary production, which w/ clear-sighted earnestness illuminates problems of human conscience in our times." ~ Gay Hendricks chose an Albert Camus quote on page October 7 in A YEAR OF LIVING CONSCIOUSLY.

God’s Justice and Ours by Antonin Scalia | Articles | First Things

God’s Justice and Ours by Antonin Scalia | Articles | First Things

All About English Literarture: Philosophy of Absurd in Albert Camus' "The Myth of...

All About English Literarture: Philosophy of Absurd in Albert Camus' "The Myth of...

Phosphorus {god/personification of the morning star} "light bringer"; son of Astraeus and Eos, or Cephalus and Eos

Phosphorus {god/personification of the morning star} "light bringer"; son of Astraeus and Eos, or Cephalus and Eos

Sicence is the process that does its darndest to figure out how stuff actually works, rather than how we wished it worked.  Then invention comes along and fixes all of that ;)

Sicence is the process that does its darndest to figure out how stuff actually works, rather than how we wished it worked. Then invention comes along and fixes all of that ;)

If only everyone would take the time to do their research on religion.  It may not awaken all, but I'm sure many would see

If only everyone would take the time to do their research on religion. It may not awaken all, but I'm sure many would see

“I don’t know [why we’re here]. People sometimes say to me, ‘Why don’t you admit that the humming bird, the butterfly, the Bird of Paradise… are proof of the wonderful things produced by Creation?’ And I always say, well, when you say that, you’ve also got to think of a little boy sitting on a river bank, like here, in West Africa, that’s got a little worm, a living organism, in his eye and boring through the eyeball and is slowly turning him blind. The Creator God that you believe i

“I don’t know [why we’re here]. People sometimes say to me, ‘Why don’t you admit that the humming bird, the butterfly, the Bird of Paradise… are proof of the wonderful things produced by Creation?’ And I always say, well, when you say that, you’ve also got to think of a little boy sitting on a river bank, like here, in West Africa, that’s got a little worm, a living organism, in his eye and boring through the eyeball and is slowly turning him blind. The Creator God that you believe i

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