Posted by: Logical Spiritualism

How about a chat?


The response from intelligent intellectual thinkers has been disappointing thus far.

Why don't you ask a question, offer an opinion, or just make yourself heard in general?

LogicalSpiritualism.com was created as a forum for human thought and interaction. There's plenty of contextual information here to spark conversation, debate and discussion, but thus far, the human interaction has been sorely missed.

If you enjoy this website, why don't you make an effort to help us change that?

Best,

-Evan Marquisee


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8 comment(s).
Alan Koshinta - 11/25/2014 11:46:03 PM
first off, I love your site and it's purpose. I have found it almost impossible to find any decent outlooks on life which do not either revert to religion or populist dogma and catchphrases to provide an outlook on life, especially around the issue being depressed.

The 10 principles are a great starting point. I agree entirely with them and have pretty much lived my life through those principles. However embracing critical thinking with an eagerness to fully understand the world around, hiw can one possibly remain optimistic when it appears the rest of the world is making a concerted effort to work against that? When the Kardashians are better known than the worlds great scientists, and the Texas legislature are in the process of making Moses one of the American founding fathers, I can't help but feel like a salmon that can swim upstream at 10knots, but the current is 20knots and growing!

My immediate thought is to focus closer to home, dont change the world, just the world around you. For a variety of reasons, including distinct personal challenges to do that... put that approach to the side for the moment
james black - 11/3/2014 3:07:03 PM
expression. what would one really like to express. if you would like to express yourself...what will it be?
Logical Spiritualism - 9/12/2014 7:37:53 AM
I am glad you like the website, Priscilla! Please keep checking back as we add new information periodically!
Priscilla Robles Bermúdez - 12/8/2013 4:52:18 PM
I like your website Evan Marquisee, it´s very interesting to me,and very entertaining.
It´s very commun in the university watch video conference and attach videos, or documents, relevant with the principal topic, and it´s very commun too, for a week talk for a relevant topic. for example: Mandela´s Death.
Logical Spiritualism - 5/23/2012 2:04:44 PM
Thanks for joining, Todd.

We will try to add an article to help you with your finances soon.

In the meantime, how about being your own God, but with a weak budget and financial scheme? Even Gods can have their shortcomings.

Just a thought. ;)
Todd Fraser - 5/22/2012 5:55:33 AM
Be my own God? Hell, I can't even manage my own finances!
Logical Spiritualism - 5/11/2012 7:10:51 AM
Hi Paul,

Thanks for becomming a member.

You're asking a really wonderful question, which I think a lot of people frequently ask themselves.

Perhaps our other Logical Spiritualism readers will be able to give you some feedback on this topic. What do you think, LSers?

According to Logical Spiritualism..."patience" is a virtue...(see Patience in LS topics), however, it's not enough to be patient. You must also set goals (see Direction), motivate yourself (see Starting) and aggressively pursue what you want (See 20 Ways to Boost Your Productivity).

Patience is just one part of your tool kit.

Logical Spiritualism is an atheist philosophy, but there's a really wonderful religious quote which has a great message everyone can learn from. It says...

"God helps those who work while they wait."

The message...good luck, good fortune and success do come to those who have hope and faith, but good things happen even more often for those who make them happen.
Paul Wanjau - 5/10/2012 11:52:56 PM
Why do people say that good things come to those who wait? Yet no matter how much I wait nothing good seems to come my way

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