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