[Buddha-l] Driving to Religion

Bruce G. Seidner, Ph.D. bseidner at earthlink.net
Mon Dec 24 09:00:47 MST 2007

I have MapQuested 'Religion' but continue lost. I remain a member and 
scout of the Fuckawe tribe, traveling from bluff to bluff, hand to brow, 
eying the horizon and shouting, "We'the Fuckawe!"

In the meantime, my 5th grade daughter came home from school this week 
having been warned of the anti-Christian movie Golden Compass. Several 
of her peers had entire Sunday school classes devoted to this malignant 
menace posing as a harmless children's fantasy movie ahead of the 
Christmas break. (It is called Christmas break by these folks because 
they are blissfully ignorant of any other cultural expression that 
celebrates the solstice and more sunshine, ahem, the coming of Light.) 
The parents of this evangelical tribe have also been beating the jungle 
drums imploring fellow parents, for the love of god, to boycott the film.

Of course we had to go and it is great good fun as these things go. Kind 
of like if Heisenberg had a whimsy and decided to write a Narnia of his 
own. I just saw that the Vatican has condemned the movie as 
anti-Chrisitan as well but I just think they are envious of Magisterim's 
digs. They make the Vatican look like a road side attraction.


Richard Hayes wrote:

> Better not to bother one's pretty head about all these things. Thinking
> about them only drives one to religion.


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