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Quotations – Momentous, Memorable, Meaningful

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Quotations – Momentous, Memorable, Meaningful

A place to share the words of others (or your own!) which have been impactful in your life, whether they're serious, poignant, humorous, or just something worth noting.

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Latest Activity: 14 hours ago

I have been a quote collector and quote monger for at least as long as I've been an atheist and probably a good deal longer.? My admiration for those who enjoy reputations as wordsmiths extends even further back, whether we're talking about John F. Kennedy's assertion: "We choose to go to the moon," George Santayana's warning: "Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it," or James T. Kirk's deft observation when faced with the dauntingly huge First Federation ship: "Not chess, Mr. Spock ... poker!"

The realm of atheist activism has had its own share of verbal craftsmen and women, from Madalyn Murray O'Hair's: "An atheist believes that a hospital should be built instead of a church." to Aron Ra's succinct: "If you can't show it, you don't know it."

Regardless of the topic, these are words which are capable of fomenting inspiration, reflection, and sometimes even action.? They can educate and illuminate the human condition and allow us to better know ourselves.? That said, here is an open invitation to share those words which have been particularly meaningful or impactful or timely or just special to you for one reason or another.

Let's share those words and have fun!

One bit of clerical business: please hold your quotes in the comment area below to 20 lines or 200 words.? One comment should not so dominate the Home page of this group that no other comment is visible.? That way, the briefer comments and quotes of all participants are more likely to be seen, read, and appreciated.? If you have a long quote or commentary, create a post, please.

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Started by Joan Denoo. Last reply by Joan Denoo Sep 14, 2018. 2 Replies

The word “Permaculture” is the combination of the two words “permanent” and “agriculture.” It is a method of agricultural philosophy that allows gardeners to create?and sustain growing food in a way…Continue

Tags: production, shelter, food, permaculture, Mollison

On Emotion, Vulnerability, and a Flawed God

Started by Loren Miller. Last reply by Grinning Cat Sep 10, 2018. 5 Replies

On 31 May, 2018, Joan Denoo posted a most excellent quote from David Hume: That quote was well deserving of a response, which is the following:The most preposterous notion that H. sapiens has ever…Continue

Tags: flawed, vulnerable, emotion, god

Will McAvoy's Rant: "America Is NOT the World's Greatest Country"

Started by Loren Miller. Last reply by Joan Denoo Aug 25, 2018. 3 Replies

Aaron Sorkin has a habit of swinging for the fences when he writes political commentary as entertainment for television.? This was first evinced in the network television series, The West Wing, and…Continue

Tags: The Newsroom, Will McAvoy, Aaron Sorkin

Ingersoll Day August 11th

Started by Joan Denoo. Last reply by Plinius Aug 12, 2018. 2 Replies

Robert Green Ingersoll (1833-1899)"When I became convinced that the universe is natural, that all the ghosts and gods are myths, there entered into my brain, into my soul, into every drop of my blood…Continue

Tags: fearless, joyous, freedom, Day, agnostic

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Comment by Patricia 14 hours ago

Not to mention many religions want the women pregnant & surrounded my babies.

Comment by Bertold Brautigan 15 hours ago

What scares me about wrestling audiences is that they can vote and they can breed

~Larry "the Brain" Heenan

Comment by Loren Miller 17 hours ago

The only good thing about Trump's persistent mendacity is that it is finally beginning to piss off a sufficient number of Republicans that dear Donnie should at least begin to concern himself about that.

Comment by Bertold Brautigan 18 hours ago

Trump may have told more blatant falsehoods about immigrants and crime over the course of his speech, but to watch him mouth these platitudes is to witness a more insidious and disorienting kind of lying.

~Alyssa Rosenberg, WAPO

Comment by Loren Miller 19 hours ago

It's some plan isn't it? And all of this set in motion, so that the Pope can tell people not to jerk off.
-- Christopher Hitchens

Comment by Bertold Brautigan 19 hours ago

Comment by Loren Miller 21 hours ago

Now I ask you if our religion teaches the dignity of woman? It teaches us the abominable idea of the sixth century--Augustine's idea--that motherhood is a curse; that woman is the author of sin, and is most corrupt. Can we ever cultivate any proper sense of self-respect as long as women take such sentiments from the mouths of the priesthood?
-- Elizabeth Cady Stanton

And all of this, more than likely, because of an incident regarding two people and a piece of fruit, which almost certainly NEVER HAPPENED.

Comment by Patricia yesterday

Weird.

Comment by Loren Miller yesterday

To say that atheism requires faith is as dim-witted as saying that disbelief in pixies or leprechauns takes faith. Even if Einstein himself told me there was an elf on my shoulder, I would still ask for proof and I wouldn’t be wrong to ask.
-- Geoff Mather

This is what some believers simply don't get. I mean, why should it take faith NOT to believe in something?

Comment by Plinius on Tuesday

LOL! GC.

 
 
 

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