My simple theoretical musing about the human brain and its quest to find meaning in meaninglessness.
About the Author
I am a fortysomething father, husband, network engineer, programmer, ex-preacher, skeptic and inexhaustible questioner of everything. Raised in conservative Texas, USA by extremely religious parents, I set out to change the world as a Pentecostal preacher at the age of 16. After twenty years of ministry, I came to realize my closest confident, my best friend, was only a figment of my imagination. After reshaping my worldview through education, logic and reason have become a true source of inspiration and I may, finally, have a story to tell.
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