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Book Review: Atlas Shrugged

Atlas Shrugged is a classic science fiction book dedicated to the philosophy of objectivism. In the book, objectivism is repeatedly framed into the realization that reality exists, thoughts are real (“who am I to think that or say that”, “why do you think you think” – as Ayn Rand’s antagonists would often state), and that regardless of one’s feelings or emotions they cannot change unless one acts to change them. In fact, Atlas Shrugged is one of the two books – along with The Fountainhead, also by Ayn Rand – that put the beginning of the philosophy of objectivism. Continue reading

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Book Review: God is the Gospel

Most people do not know how to pray. This book is an eye-opener about the main idea behind Christianity as a religion, the concept of god that Christianity preaches and what our place is both in society and in our relationship to god. Though I do not agree with this kind of thinking, John Piper did a great job making his point about the lord and how Christians are supposed to view him. Continue reading

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Book Review: Blow-Drying the Frog & Other Parenting Adventures

Parenting is difficult no matter whether your child is problematic or perfect in every way that you can imagine. Every time something wrong or unplanned might occur which may throw you off of a schedule that is already much messier than before, not to mention if you have more than one child in your family. Continue reading

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