Gays are People Too: Treat Them That Way

Socially, morally, and biologically we need to treat our gay neighbors with the love and respect that we expect for ourselves. Continue reading Gays are People Too: Treat Them That Way

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Uncertain

I was feeling spiritual today…and philosophical…and artistic. So here’s a little poem I wrote up back in Easter. For your soul, mind, and your entertainment, the Elephant’s Conscience is proud to present: Uncertain. Yours, -The Elephant’s Conscience         If the last shall be first and the first shall be last, What happens to those in … Continue reading Uncertain

The Mayweather/Pacquiao Fight Wasn’t the Waste of Time You Thought it Was

If you watched the May 2nd fight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao, you

probably feel slighted for spending your hard-earned money on watching two men in their mid-

thirties hug for twelve rounds. You may have also felt that the world is more than a little unfair

when the monetary results of the fight became public yesterday. Despite the fact that two men

generated nearly $600 million dollars in one day according to the Business Insider1, I’m here to

tell you why, at least through my experience, the fight wasn’t the monumental waste of time that

most of the general population thinks it was. Continue reading The Mayweather/Pacquiao Fight Wasn’t the Waste of Time You Thought it Was

The Gifts of the Holy Spirit

My favorite individual comic strip of all time is from the Family Circus series. In the individual strip, the Family Circus’ oldest son Billy is in Sunday school with his siblings and their friends. The teacher is sitting in front of her class and is explaining the Trinity to the children. The teacher, bent over to look all of the little children in the eye says, “Remember, children, that God is one.” Billy then stands up says to the teacher, “And I am five!” Continue reading The Gifts of the Holy Spirit