The Queen of Katwe and the first player in Uganda to attain the woman candidate master title in Chess, Phiona Mutesi. 10 Life Lessons I’ve learnt from the life of the Queen of Katwe, Phiona Mutesi.
Introduction The Hindu concept of Karma is attractive in its encouragement for human beings to lead a spiritual life of character development to enhance the prospect of living a better life in the ‘next’ life. However, where is fails to grasp my full appreciation is in the view of existence it advocates; a cyclical view […]Read more "An Essay on Life after Death: Is Resurrection more likely than Reincarnation?"
Like the transition from Summer to Autumn … The summery feels of affection may turn cold, once a blossoming flower, now an autumn leaf gone old …Read more "Autumn Leaves"
Introduction There are very few movies I keep warm and fresh in the back of my mind for extended periods of time. When I’m exposed to the freedoms of peace and solitude it brings me a great deal of satisfaction to watch and reflect upon these movies with the potential to see them in a […]Read more "Avatar : A test of Humanity by the Spirit of the Na’vi"
The Ontological Argument for the existence of God and its challenge from Immanuel Kant Ontology, from which ontological arguments stem, is a branch of the philosophy of metaphysics that deals with the nature of being, becoming, existence and reality. The ontological Argument is an ‘A Priori’ argument, that is to say that its essence is […]Read more "An Essay on the Existence of God: A Challenge to the argument on the ‘Being’ of God"
The chronicles of the abstract concepts: an anthology of 5 poems touching 5 different abstract concepts (notions of states, qualities or relations). Each abstract concept is conveyed using concrete concepts (notions of physical entities, events, objects or persons). I hope that this contrast aids in understanding of each abstract concept. Reflect and enjoy!Read more "The Chronicles of the Abstract Concepts: Love"
Is Religious Language Meaningful? The maintenance of coherence when using the finite tool, that is language, to speak about an infinite reality that is God, is innately going to produce some challenges. If we consider a deist view of God, that is to say that God exists as a transcendent atemporal deity, then it becomes […]Read more "An Essay on Religious Language : ‘Can we talk Meaningfully about God?’"