Category: #MondayMusings

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Synchronicity in Paris

Swiss mystic and psychologist wrote about seemingly non-random coincidences and called them synchronicity. In a weird sort of synchronicity, the picture that I one of the first times that I filled my Hyundai fuel cell vehicle in California featured this green beetle buzzing my head and landing on the pump.

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Why Memorial Day is a pacifist’s holiday

I suppose the meta message of this post is that although we would never dishonor those who fell in military service, there should still be a discussion of the war they died in was just or even justified. I would argue that to decouple the legitimacy of their actions with the legitimacy of the mission is essential to honoring them.

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Veteran’s Day – our GI’s were exposed to mustard gas in the Gulf War

Today is #MondayMusings and Veteran’s Day. Although this is not a political posting, we should check ourselves for logical and moral consistency. You and I ultimately bear responsible for the actions of our nations so I simply wish to point out some recent facts that came to light in the NYT about the presence of WMD in Iraq. How some pundits are using this as a “We told you so” is still a difficult leap for me to make.

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Honor Columbus on this Day? I’d rather let Washington football fans keep their name…

Many would default to the notion that revisionism of the Columbus story is a politically-correct act of sophistry engaged in by elitists and malcontents. They might argue that any reevaluation of Columbus Day is cynical because there is no absolute standard of good an evil; everything is just a matter of degrees and subject to moral relativism right? I mean Lincoln was probably a racist and MLK had affairs. So why not give Christopher Columbus a bye here?

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