‘Ignorance and Superstition, in My Own Home Town’ (2014)

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Shameful, isn’t it?

I haven’t looked at the Community Calendar in donkey’s years, so I don’t know if we’re still having an annual Animal Spirit Guide Event. Nor do I know if any more mandalas have been displayed at St. Luke’s Church. I suppose it’s possible the Event petered out after the Great Squirrel Spirit handed out one too many bad stock tips.

Ignorance and Superstition, in My Own Hometown

Funny, isn’t it? The more high-tech scientific stuff we have in our lives, the more superstition we collect to go with it: almost like they were two sides of the same coin. (I was going to say “record,” but that would only bounce off anybody born after 1990.) And this with the costliest and most intrusive education system ever devised by fallen man.

On second thought, it’s doing exactly what we should expect of it.

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