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Hiram Crespo shares his insights into Epicurian philosophy with us. Epicurus preached his version of the Take it Easy ethos centuries ago.

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Same sex marriage is now the law of the land in the US. We here at the Church of the Latter-Day Dude think that’s far out. Dudeism supports the notion that you can’t have too much love or freedom, so long as that love and freedom don’t hurt anyone else.

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Rev. Govna G. takes a raft down the Colorado River and comes back a wiser Dude. Plus he shares some stunning images of the river with us.

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Reverend Nelson Templar shares his thoughts about how to follow the Dude Way, and what it means for the future of Dudeism. Slow down and take a walk along the Dude’s path.

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Another from the far out mind of Nuna Dudeist Monk Berb. Answering the question, what is a Dudeist exorcism, and how to rid yourself of negative vibes.

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Dudeist Priest and song writer Ward Davis tells us about how he came to write a song for Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard to use on their new album.

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Enter any bar or nightclub over the weekend and you’ll see the true face of society exposed. Reverend James Rees shares his thoughts on how to enjoy a night out, the Dude Way. He lays out some good advice to help you avoid being sucked into the drama associated with too much of a good thing, and other people’s undudeness.

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Nuna Dudeist Monk gives us a possible look at the future of education conducted with a Dudely vibe. With the help of the Mad Hermit Nuna theorizes how our children might learn in the decades to come.

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Dayight savings can be a real bummer man or far out. But did you know that it has origins not in getting more work done but in taking er easy? Arch Dudeship Dwayne Eutsey reports!

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When we fail to connect with the humans and nature around us we risk becoming a zombie, an empty shell that only consumes for immediate cratification. Embracing empathy and connecting with the world are ways to inoculate one’s self from apathy and zombification.

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