Rev. Andre Milewski pens a Taoist/Dudeist verse for us to ponder on. A little unperverted perspective for these troubled times, man.
Dudeism doesn’t have many rituals but that doesn’t mean we don’t enjoy a good rite with friends and family. Am I wrong? Rev. Purdy imagines what a Dudeist baptism might be like. Careful man, there’s a beverage here!
We received an amusing letter from compeers-in-arms at slowdownnow.org. Apparently our meet-and-greet with them was much obliged. Shame we don’t remember much from it. Probably smoked too much Thai stick…
Rev. Boston Rockbury reviews Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest opus, “The Master” and tells us why it’s so far fucking out, man. What’s more, it looks like Philip Seymour Hoffman’s Brandt has been reincarnated in a totally different role.
Rev. GMS has been participating in Bernie Glassman‘s Stone Soup Project to feed the needy in a very dudely way. It’s a great way to make charity more fun and friendly. With his pal Jeff Bridges, Bernie is helping to feed the world with food and humor.
Attendees of last weekend’s Lebowskifest were treated to a weird and wonderful performance of The Big Lebowski soundtrack arranged on a Nintendo gameboy. Find out more about the artist here.
Rev. Colin Flahive takes a look at the eternal optimist/pessimist debate and concludes that it’s all a travesty, man. With life full of ups and downs, strikes and gutters, one is better off being a “Dudemist.” The glass is always half and half.
Life is full of ups and downs, strikes and gutters. That’s what Taoism (and Dudeism) is all about. Perhaps you know the story of the Taoist farmer? That’s a good one. Here’s the Dudeist version.
Rev. Erik Gamlem discusses how presiding over a wedding as a Dudeist Priest can not only be a dude thing to do for your friends, but it can also make you feel all warm inside. Love, in the true sense of the word.