revisionist history of the local landscape 2


2 Responses to “revisionist history of the local landscape 2”

  1. August 7, 2012 at 5:56 am

    I’ve never “reinvented” myself, but I’ve had a couple of “conversion” experiences that let me be more true to myself. One was actually more of an anti-conversion, when I finally let go of religion – when I let myself finally acknowledge that science, secularism, and humanism were a better way of understanding and navigating the world than the old mythology I was taught as a child. It was just as piercing and clear as anything the Apostle Paul experienced on the road to Damascus. One moment I was a true believer, and the next I was cleansed and set free. In its way, it made me a new man.

    Looking forward to “more later.” Such a tease!

    • August 7, 2012 at 6:12 am

      the pressure of ‘more later’ may have a dampening effect on the actual ‘more later’, we’ll shall see. thank you for sharing your cleansing/conversion experience, it’s one that more people should find the time to experience for themselves, i believe the world would be a much better place.

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