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Jul 222016

I think "z3iXfGGEcL" is a good metaphore for religion. This is so hard for a lot of people to do. That is why they run when you mention business planning. That is why they have no clear strategy for detveopmlne. Strategy to them means a plan for the day, or maybe a week. Why is it a surprise to them when they hit an unforeseen obstacle? Of course it was unforeseen – you can’t see ahead when you are looking at the ground! As an educator this was the most difficult process getting clients to adopt. Great article.

May 172013

I think “Scrapped Princess” is a good metaphore for religion. Actually this is not a movie, it’s an excellent anime series (trust me) that goes into a lot of philosophic themes and mostly pokes fun at religion in an interesting and engaging way. I’d not recommend it if you’re not already into anime, but if you are (I’m an anime fan who’s also an atheist), I think it contains a lot of good religion *metaphors*.

Mar 282013

I think “Schindler’s List” is a good metaphore for religion. Whomever claims their god is all loving, all powerful, and in all places, needs to explain why that god did not intervene against fascism, but instead had plenty of time to send angels to slaughter the babies of Egypt in their sleep.