Tuesday, September 29, 2009

The Mission Statement

Revised on Tuesday, July 23, 2013
So while the mission statement has pretty much stayed the same, the content has changed a lot. This blog has basically grown with me over the years, and I guess the name of the blog is ironically even more fitting since it's sort of been a scrapbook of my thoughts over the years.

Some views have changed, some have remained the same, but I go back from time to time to read; just out of curiosity.

Life's taught me a lot, and it continues to teach me a lot - it's nice to have a record of the lessons and inspirations.


Officially launched on Friday, October 23, 2009.
If you're a first-time reader or new to this...then this is the place to introduce yourself (comment box on the bottom).

Mission statement:
the purpose of this blog is to promote critical thinking, logic, & reflection; something many people seem to overlook. It's not about you guys telling me I'm right, or agreeing with what I write. It's more about discussing & being able to question everything around us. It's about being able to send you guys off in a direction you might have never explored. I appreciate it when someone opens my mind to something, or teaches me something, or shows me something in a completely different light - hopefully it's the same for you guys.

I plan to write about social issues, reflections, thought processes, humour, satire, parodies, philosophy, religion, spirituality, nature, and pretty much anything I find interesting. Every now and then, I will delve into politics - but it really isn't my lane. I wasn't able to take Philosophy for my program, so in a way this is going to be my fix. I plan to try to discuss, analyze, and break down things that we often ask ourselves but give up before we're able to find an answer.

In short: these are some of my thoughts - some of the random things that I think about on any given day.
Philosophy's done a lot for me. I can only hope it does the same for the intellectuals who read this and for the non-intellectuals who at least bother to try.

Don't forget that this is interactive - please feel free to comment/post your thoughts...that's the whole point of this.
All I ask is that at the end of each comment, you sign it with a dash (-) & your name. If you don't do that, I'll be tempted to delete the comment :).

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