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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
Mindfulness may lead to reduced stress and abiding, but with so much McMindfulness in the marketplace, meditator beware.
Reverend Gary M Silvia catches up with director Khashyar Darvich, and talks with him about Dudeism and his new film. Playing to a packed house, Dalai Lama Awakening had a showing at Railroad Square Cinemas in Waterville Maine, and the Dudespaper was there.
Rev. Austin “Auz” Lawrence sends us this report on the fun and games, as well as a healthy dose of Dudeist philosophy to be had at the first ever LebowskiCampFest. Attendees channelled their inner-Dude, and in the spirit of abiding had a very unigue camping experience. LebowskiCampFest seems to have been a fantastic success, Rev. Auz and friends are true achievers, and proud we are of all of them.
This has been a summer of bummers, man. And now Great Dude in History Robin Williams has passed as well. The Archdudeship says a heartfelt eulogy for him here. Good night sweet prince.
Our friend and contributor to Lebowski 101, Guido Mina Di Sospiro is an accomplished writer who, later in life, turned his hand to a new pastime – table tennis. In his recently published book The Metaphysics of Ping Pong, Mina di Sospiro discusses the philosophies inherent in the game, and even how ping pong can relate to various aspects of life. Here’s our interview with him!