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THINKING THURSDAY: If You Are Confused, You Are Still Free: Zac Gandara: David R. Hawkins

THINKING THURSDAY: If You Are Confused, You Are Still Free: Zac Gandara: David R. Hawkins

Thinking Thursday’s are about critically thinking, breaking out of boxes, and discussing new ways we could live this life together.

Growing up, I was told, "Satan is the author of confusion," that "There is only one truth." Perhaps that was incorrect? What do you think? Maybe it's time to put those teachings through our critical thinking machine?

THINKING THURSDAY: What Make’s a Healthy Relationship?: Zac Gandara: Jen Moff: John Criscitello

THINKING THURSDAY: What Make’s a Healthy Relationship?: Zac Gandara: Jen Moff: John Criscitello

Thinking Thursday’s are about critically thinking, breaking out of boxes, and discussing new ways we could live this life together.

Former show guest John Criscitello posted an image about relationship mental health to kick off this June’s LGBT Pride Month. Originally posted by Jen Moff, we take a look at it and ask if it’s what we think healthy relationships are.

THINKING THURSDAY: Study Finds that Children Raised Without Religion Show More Empathy and Kindness: Dan Arel: Zac Gandara

THINKING THURSDAY: Study Finds that Children Raised Without Religion Show More Empathy and Kindness: Dan Arel: Zac Gandara

Thinking Thursday’s are about critically thinking, breaking out of boxes, and discussing new ways we could live this life together.

Former show guest Silas Lindenstein sent in an article entitled “Study finds that children raised without religion show more empathy and kindness.” We talk about and put it through the critical thinking machine.

THINKING THURSDAY: We Can Have Political Conversations that Help Each 
Other: Zac Gandara

THINKING THURSDAY: We Can Have Political Conversations that Help Each 
Other: Zac Gandara

Thinking Thursday’s are about critically thinking, breaking out of boxes, and discussing new ways we could live this life together.

Fellow Loser Brian sent in this episode of the Marc Maron podcast, WTF, with Jane Fonda. Their discussion on how to help others, especially those with ideologies of the world burning can be given new thoughts.

THINKING THURSDAY: Are We Taking Religious Freedoms to Far?: Zac Gandara

THINKING THURSDAY: Are We Taking Religious Freedoms to Far?: Zac Gandara

Thinking Thursday’s are about critically thinking, breaking out of boxes, and discussing new ways we could live this life together.

Fellow Loser Josh Black posted this opinion article from the New York Times, and it asks the question, are we taking religious freedoms too far?

THINKING THURSDAY: Is Human Inclusivity Possible?: Zac Gandara

THINKING THURSDAY: Is Human Inclusivity Possible?: Zac Gandara

Thinking Thursday’s are about critically thinking, breaking out of boxes, and discussing new ways we could live this life together.

What do we really think about social inclusivity? Do you think some differences should not be encompassed or embraced? Is it limitless inclusivity, or is there a limit?

THINKING THURSDAY: Is There a Reclaiming of Our Faith?: Zac Gandara

THINKING THURSDAY: Is There a Reclaiming of Our Faith?: Zac Gandara

Thinking Thursday’s are about critically thinking, breaking out of boxes, and discussing new ways we could live this life together.

When we walk away from cults, ideologies, religions, and corporate thinking we begin the journey of refining our inner voice, trusting ourselves and exploring the world in a new way. But is there ever a time where we reclaim our old faith or religion?

THINKING THURSDAY: Jumping Boats, Compassion, Getting Better: Zac Gandara: Pete Holmes: Nadia Bolz-Weber: Lance Armstrong

THINKING THURSDAY: Jumping Boats, Compassion, Getting Better: Zac Gandara: Pete Holmes: Nadia Bolz-Weber: Lance Armstrong

Thinking Thursday’s are about critically thinking, breaking out of boxes, and discussing new ways we could live this life together.

When we leave a religion, tribe, or team are we really growing and changing or are we just jumping into another? Call out culture, politics, our need to be better than others, and scapegoating, heaping all the negative onto others, so we don't have to look at ourselves.