In a little shake up of my online life I’m shifting all my writing over to Medium.com and so this will be my last post on this site. In future I hope you’ll join me at: https://medium.com/@aidenrohde On the way feel free to check out my new home on the web: https://about.me/aidenrohde Cheers! Continue reading Changing Locations
Why are we here? What happens to ‘you’ when you die? What happens to other people, not of your religion when they die? Why do you believe what you believe? I love these types of questions and I frequently have them bouncing around in my head. Occaisionally they even find there way out in the … Continue reading What do you believe?
An idea of a new kind of inner city eatery… Continue reading A Subscription Resturant
Short music inspired thought today. I have great respect for people who have the ability to follow-thru on a course of action, even if I do not necissarily agree with that action. The ability to affect concious change in your life and in the world around you should be celebrated, regardless of the ‘rightness’ of … Continue reading Gotta Respect Fancy
I have often thought and written that my path to faith was one of doubt and return. People who have never doubted their faith strike me as either incredibily blessed or, more likely, lacking in intellect to actually consider such questions. I do not believe there is any value in believing in God simply because … Continue reading Please, doubt your faith
The goal of 10,00 families was to bring Syrian refugees into small communities around the United States, supported by local faith communities. Because of the current structure of the US’s refugee assistance program this proves to be extremely difficult. Between this and the fact that I am still living in Australia I have decided to … Continue reading 10,000 families – current situation
Why is it that teachers are assigned to class groups and not individual students? Would it not be possible for teachers, at least at the primary school level, to work with groups of individual students rather than focus on specific years? Perhaps this would provide great continuity and personalisation of education. Or perhaps there is … Continue reading Man-to-man teaching?