Life Errors

This is a hard lesson. I mean, no one wants to lose. Our whole culture is based around winning, about coming out on top–there’s really no place for errors, because those equal loss. Ultra-competitive culture and society pushes for a lot of fighting to come out in front of everyone else. That’s the general way […]

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A New Trek: Discovery

I’ve been looking forward to this for…almost a year? Since they first announced that Star Trek was returning to television. And then there were all the setbacks: producers leaving, production delays, casting delays…all sorts of troubles plagued bringing this show. It is honestly quite the miracle that it even came about, given all the problems. […]

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Nerdery Weekend

I went, 2 weekends ago, to the MoPOP (formerly EMP) in Seattle & enjoyed a weekend full of nerdy goodness and all sorts of geekery. I’ll admit that I generally do this kind of thing when I’m stressed & need some relaxation and a good time. See, immersing myself in my own nerdy/geeky interests makes […]

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Star Trek: The Importance of the Gorn

Source: Star Trek The Importance of the Gorn This is a great article. Pardon the Star Trek jargon. But it really is a great look at struggles, obstacles and troubles that pop up in our paths and in our lives. And then our responses to those. How do we respond? How do we view those […]

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Star Trek Beyond

So no spoilers….but – this movie was amazing! I am in love with it. This was a great improvement over Star Trek Into Darkness. Major. Basically I am just write-screaming my utter joy with this movie and how very much I adore it. So excuse repetitions on my part, as I just really don’t want […]

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Star Trek & Pop-Culture Paganism

Sometimes I swear that if I ever were to practice “pop-culture” paganism–I’d go for Star Trek as my inspiration and home-ground. It doesn’t really fit, not exactly…except perhaps mashing cultural religion or philosophical beliefs together. I mean, Vulcan logic-based culture is appealing, considering how emotional I am; and the logical philosophy would be something I […]

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