God Bless You All (Day 3)


Religion in India is a way of life, and the people here practice it with an intensity I've never experienced before in America. We went to a Catholic cathedral today and I was almost in tears because everyone there was so focused on their devotion. It was a truly beautiful thing to see. The churches... Continue Reading →

The Founding Fathers Wore Wigs


Remember why we had the Revolutionary War in the first place? Remember why the Founding Fathers wrote the Declaration of Independence? It wasn't so you could make people say the Lord's Prayer at football games. It was so we could all practice our religions (or non-religions) with freedom, without being persecuted for those beliefs. Yes,... Continue Reading →

On Religion


I was raised Episcopalian (which, for those of you who don't know, is a branch of protestant Christianity). I've gone to church since before I can remember, but recently, I haven't gone to church nearly as much as I used to - and while I'm inclined to say that it's because I've been busy (which... Continue Reading →

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