Doubt Is Healthier for the Mind than Faith

This post’s title may sound like a call to skepticism, but it’s not. In my experience, skepticism gets exercised when I critique someone else’s beliefs, but seldom when I consider my own. Doubt, on the other hand, is indiscriminate; I’m … Continue reading

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Synchronicity

Despite a lot of conventional scientific training, over the years I’ve become convinced serendipity is real. Too many things in my life have happened too coincidentally for me to believe that advantageous circumstances don’t come into alignment more frequently than … Continue reading

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