Arguably America’s first Great Dude in History, Ben Franklin was our first self-help guru. After acquiring enormous success as an achiever, Franklin spent the rest of his life pursuing the Way of the Dude. Part of his Dudely success came because he had developed an easy to follow system of virtue.
Reverend Ben Gale shares his observations about the metaphoric similarities between a tasty White Russian and Dudeist existentialism. Taken separately light and dark can be too bland or too bitter. However, when the two are mixed as a whole they can be just right.
Arch Dudeship Dwayne Eutsey’s revie of The Dude See Scrolls by William Nuna Fielder. A trippy epic, in a world gone crazy.
This March 6 is the Day of the Dude and also our (sort of) 10 year anniversary. So we’re running a contest! Winners will receive a signed copy of our book, The Abide Guide.
Troy Lambert takes a look at the ways Buddhism and Dudeism share some similarities. How much does Dudeist enlightenment resemble Buddhist enlightenment?
Taking a look at the big questions, about god and an afterlife, and how they relate to Dudeist philosophy.
Chris Barclay explains why time spent in leisure can be the most productive time for creativity. We think the Dude would agree.
Bowling or playing pool are just a couple of ways to find your inner Zen. Rev Thomas R. Bell gives some insight and advice for finding “the zone” in your game.
Rev. Michael A. Emero gives us three easy steps to finding a more happiness through abiding.
The slacker performs an important function in our society. Rev Kris Harrison explains how the slacker archetype hero has been a staple of civilization, and why that’s a good thing.