I just reread "Illusions, tale of a reluctant messiah" by Richard Bach, for the first time since shucking my religion... I used to think it was a great book... now, it's just ... hokie. It was still sort of fun, but full of woo.
I realize that from the otherside of the dogma curtain it seemed progressive, rebellious even; we can all be gods! IT was a step away from the fundie trough though, and got me open to the idea that there are other ways of looking at things, so I guess that's something.
At the time I guess I was more the person in orange... now, I'm definitely the green one!
Mmmm food for thought I make a judgement on an action but judging is a slipperly slope and a red herring all rolled up as lame (for me) recourse instead of invovlement in life. Nose bleeds happen in those living in snarky towers of self righteousness. Gullible rubes eh? I'm most interested in what that judgement/perspective means? Duke what are the characteristics that reveal a judgemental person to you?