Saturday, July 25, 2009

New Voices Along the Path III

Here are seven more additions to the Fellow Wanderers section. Enjoy!

The Mountain Humanist
I’m a humanist who lives in the mountains of western North Carolina and dabbles some in Zen Buddhism and Taoism as well.

I hope this blog will launch many hearty and painless discussions about beliefs, “isms,” humanism and other humorous subjects.

The Slow Coach
What Is Slow? The term “slow” is shorthand for: A PHILOSOPHY

Recognising that time is precious, but rushing to try and fit more in is not the answer. That taking the time and effort to appreciate what is now will be much more fulfilling than filling your days and doing this just to get somewhere in the future. That leads to…

The Thoughtful Warrior
This blog explores and discusses the real and practical application of great Asian philosophies to business, strategy, leadership and life. These philosophies include Sun Tzu’s Art of War, Miamoto Musashi’s Book of Five Rings, Lao Tzu and Chuang Tzu’s Taoism and others. The author, Lorne Gross MA, LLB, MBA, has extensive experience in both the field of Asian philosophy and business strategy and practice.

[Note: This blog is just starting up, so I've put it in this section and not Taoist Wanderers. In time, depending on the focus of the majority of posts, it may be moved to the Taoist section.]

Thoughts from a Sandwich
A deconverted atheist who sometimes discusses bits about theism. And sometimes does not. [Note: One of my favorite blogs of this genre!]

What's Left
Written by a friend of mine, Dr. Gary Murrell ran for Congress in 2008 and used to host a progressive talk radio program of the same name as his blog. He's a history prof at Grays Harbor College. If you want to read a "no holds barred" leftist perspective, then this is the place for you!

Why I Hate Jesus
The tag line really sums up this blogger's perspective: Because he isn't the son of God.

Zen Habits
Zen Habits is one of the Top 100 blogs on the Internet, and covers: achieving goals, productivity, being organized, GTD, motivation, eliminating debt, saving, getting a flat stomach, eating healthy, simplifying, living frugal, parenting, happiness, and successfully implementing good habits. [Note: Over 125,000 people subscribe to this blog's feed.]

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