Number three in a series of resources to help us Abide, Arch-Dudeship Dwayne Eutsey suggests another funny but deep film with a chewy moral center — Dazed and Confused. In a day and age where everyone is an extremist, Richard Linkater’s 1993 film helps remind us that the middle path is the one where the groove is.
After a nice vacation the Arch Dudeship has returned to town bearing gifts both amusing and heartfelt. After several months The Brotherhood Shamus has amassed a large repository of prayers and he shares some of them with us. It offers a glimpse into the collective Dudeist consciousness. The parlance of our sighs.
Arch Dudeship Dwayne Eutsey wishes us all a belated Day of the Dude — a holiday so relaxed The Dudespaper forgot to celebrate it. And he looks further into that terrific transcendental token, “abide.” Pretty far out stuff, if we understand it correctly.
Arch-Dudeship Dwayne Eutsey takes a thoughtful look at that kingpin of Dudeist words: Abide. What does it mean to abide? How do we do it? Well, this here thesis he’s about to unfold will tell you. In this first of a series, he looks at how music helps us abide.
Arch Dudeship Dwayne Eutsey shares the love this Valentine’s Day and provides a fabulous example of how to administer a Dudeist Wedding ceremony. Makes us feel all warm inside.
In this year of new beginnings, Arch Dudeship Dwayne Eutsey looks back on some key elements of the 60s cultural/political revolution, notably the Port Huron Statement, and tries to reconstruct the Dude’s original, uncompromised first draft. Consider it part of Dudeism’s Take it Easy Manifesto.
Arch Dudeship Dwayne Eutsey chimes in the New Year with suggestions, benedictions, concerns and plenty of good cheer. All this despite the hangover – now that’s dudeication.
Arch Dudeship Dwayne Eutsey pleasantly ponders the improbable relationship between The Dude and Walter in The Big Lebowski. It seems that they’re each two halves of a greater whole. And we’re not just talking about the movie here.
Our man with the soul-ution to our troubles, Arch Dudeship Dwayne Eutsey discusses the tough times ahead, and the Dudeist approach to dealing with all the new shit that has come to light.
Arch Dudeship Dwayne Eutsey muses wistfully on the 10-year anniversary of The Big Lebowski. Down through the ages, it still continues to be the movie for its time and place. Fits right in there.