Thursday

MARK TINDALL "WANDER WONDER"



My latest song "Wander Wonder" from the 2015 album " The Place". http://soundclick.com/share.cfm?id=13173842

LYRICS

VS

Living here in paradise
Filled with sun and cloudless skies
Here I am without a care
Wandering through with wondrous stare

CH:

Wandering through the garden
An apple in my hand
Wondering in the garden

Amazing times moving slow
Don’t ask me how it grows
Nature breathes, it’s meaning hides
Hidden truth till views collide

Life grows old and time ticks out
I wonder what it’s all about
Night and day, life and death
While I take another breath

Asking questions all my life
Count the doubts out in the light
What’s divine and who am I
What’s that spark that’s in your eye

How’d I get from there to here
What’s that whisper in my ear
Talking snake with prying eyes
Reptile breath and tricky lies

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Tuesday

Maitland's "Big Box"


Maitland's "Big Box" situated in the "revitalised" mall where ( according to http://www.maitlandmercury.com.au/story/3136180/levee-traders-hold-talks-with-maitland-mp-poll/?cs=171 ) “The new design provides less areas to park, to turn vehicles, load rubbish and it now denies close access to some buildings for emergency and grease trap servicing. In other words the old layout was more practical than the new."

One could not envision a more hideous kitsch central focal point. It isn't even as interesting as the "Big Dick" in Newcastle.
Maybe the "Big Box" and the "Big Dick" should get together.

Wednesday

MARK TINDALL "I'VE TIME" (2015)




My latest song "I've Time" from the 2015 album " The Place". http://soundclick.com/share.cfm?id=13112262

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"I've Time" Mark Tindall © 2015

VS:
Hear you rock
Through my speaker cones
Vivid dream
Dancing all alone
All the things
Loved in my life
Poetry
With a sharpened knife

CH:
I’ve time to see
I’ve time to be
I’ve time to kill
I’ve time to bleed

Vocal cry
Echoes in the night
Opposing views
Facing off in fight
Resting here
Watching the end of day
Wondering what
Plot is being played

Hear you rock
Through my speaker cones
Vivid dream
Dancing all alone
Resting here
Watching the end of day
Wondering what
Plot is being played

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Tuesday

"There must first be a claim about God" refuted





Atheists often state that there must first be a claim about God in order for an atheist to exist as atheism is a response to a claim. In other words, a lack of belief in something must first have that something posited in the form of a claim.

Is the claim "There must first be a claim about God" itself true?

The definition of an atheist is a person with a lack of belief in God. " There must first be a claim" is an added adopted atheist qualification with no logical step from the primary presupposition of "a lack of belief in God" to " There must first be a claim about God".

I am an A-jadioditudist. I do not need to have a claim made about jadioditud in order to lack a belief in it. I lack a belief in many things that I have never heard mentioned. All belief requires content. If there is no content ( description / definition) then there can be no belief.

If you believe that I cannot be an A-jadioditudist without a claim being made about jadioditud then please provide me with any claim made about jadioditud. (This may be extremely difficult as I invented the word.)

Am I automatically a jadioditudist if no claim about jadioditud has ever been made? How can I have a belief in jadioditud if I don't know what it is?

Atheists also claim that everyone is born an atheist. I totally agree. However this contradicts the claim that one must first have a claim about God in order to be an atheist. Newborn babies have no concept of God and have no knowledge of any claim about God. Without a concept of the object of belief there can be no belief in that object. New born babies thus contradict the claim "There must first be a claim about God in order for an atheist to exist".

You can only logically have one or the other claim. You cannot logically hold both claims simultaneously.

1. A claim about God is required  - because there must first be a claim about God to be an atheist.
&
2. A claim about God is not required - because everyone is born an atheist.

Which is the one and only correct claim? Dependent or independent?

It is odd that such an obvious logical contradiction exists within a group of people who keep telling the rest of humanity how they are so much more logical than anyone else.