I do my best to comment to people’s questions via my 'When Belief Dies' profile, but it turns out that a couple of days ago I commented on a post on my Facebook Page with my personal account. Since then, I have had a couple of very 'high stat days' on WordPress, which means that … Continue reading So… you know?
I want to know all the answers. It’s maddening really, the quest for knowing trumps the quest into being time and time again. I seem to have a desire to understand so much to make sure I am either believing things that are correct or seeing where I am wrong and move onto a ground … Continue reading To answer it all
When I look at what someone says, whether it is for or against a religious stance in regard to God, do I address it as I would hope someone would address what I say? I seem to have a few 'favourites’ in the anti-Christian world. Authors, YouTubers, podcasters, bloggers etc. Is it because I am … Continue reading Adjusting
I almost stopped today. For a good hour this morning, I almost pulled the plug on it all. Does my voice matter? Does this blog make a difference? Is it helping me to share all this with you all? What if I regret what I share? What will my children think about all of this? … Continue reading Throwing in the towel
Timeline (for reference):Jan 2019-Dec 2019 (Year One) Setup, preparation, writing and collation of everything for the blog to go live.Jan 2020 - Dec 2020 (Year Two) The blog launches in Jan with the podcast going live in June.Jan 2021 - Dec 2021 (Year Three) TBC... I write this in Dec 2019, the blog will launch … Continue reading ‘When Belief Dies’ Year One
Keep in mind that you are reading this post ten months after it was written. It's been an odd few weeks. The blog, to me, has only been live for a month and I feel as though it really hasn't been as big a deal as I had built it up to be in my … Continue reading Not a Big Deal
When I first started writing this blog, it was just my wife and me who knew that I had seen my faith begin to unravel. The panic, fear and depression were vast, and I really didn't think I could ever find the nerve to tell those I call friends, and those I call family. A … Continue reading Anyone can know
It was one of the first things I decided on in my blogging journey, I spent a while going through a few options and found myself loving it very quickly. Plus, when you are trying to settle on a name that expresses what your blog is about, you need to make sure it is short, … Continue reading Why – When Belief Dies?
It is fair to say that humans, more often than not, prefer comfort over discomfort. We have evolved to seek safety and security, rather that wanting to go into hostile environments that could threaten our well being. We need to survive in order to reproduce - that is how the continuation of our species works. … Continue reading Comfort