Not too long ago, a nice lady Helen started at my workplace. She seemed quite shy. She didn’t hang out with many people here, but I managed to become friends with her and I would sometimes chat with her during morning tea. I noticed that Helen would often sit by herself, cross legged, and do […]Read More Shen Yun: Religious Propaganda?
I went to Samoa, a south pacific tropical country, in mid-January. My intention was to have fun and to relax, both of which I did very well. But while I was there, there were so many beautiful colorful flowers which caught my eye, I just couldn’t resist taking some photos of them. Check them out! […]Read More Flowers of Samoa
Yesterday I was browsing through my Facebook feed, when a post from a friend of mine caught my eye. They were asking for signatures to a petition, which was titled: ‘Stop transgender teaching in New Zealand‘. Now I don’t know how things work in your country, but the idea of these petitions is to get […]Read More Bigotry is still alive and well.
The 27th September 2018 was a significant day for me. On that day, for the very first time, I told a Christian friend that I didn’t believe in any of that religious drivel anymore. It was significant for me because I had spent most of my life growing up in a Christian environment and believing […]Read More Catching up with another good old Christian mate.
Those who read my blog regularly will notice I haven’t posted for a while. The reason being, I went away on a long four week holiday. The first week and a half was spent catching up with friends and family in a nice coastal city called Tauranga. I then spent another two weeks in Samoa […]Read More Where have I been?
Remember this guy? In case you haven’t seen that post, Chris Walker is a Nazarene Christian whos Facebook page I stumbled upon. He shares some of the craziest, vile crap on his page. But whether intentional or not, I got a big laugh out of his posts, instead of feeling offended. If you click on […]Read More Some laughs to start off the New Year.
Before doing what I do now, I studied a science degree, majoring in earth sciences, up to Masters level. I have always felt that what I learnt during my time at university strongly contributed to my disbelief in the Christian God, although it certainly wasn’t the whole picture. How did it do so? Well, for […]Read More What on earth???