Very few people are born Dude. Most of us have to learn how to become more like the Dude, and one of the best ways to do that is by practicing dudeitation (Dudeist meditation). The Dudely Lama discusses how to do it in this Holy Dudeist Sutra.
The Tao Dude Ching has been renamed The Dude De Ching to avoid confusion with our upcoming publication of The Tao of the Dude. Confused? Sorry. But check this out— This here Dude De Ching is now available in print format! Order your very own paperback copy of this Dudeist holy book. All royalties go to kiva.org – a very cool charity website. Park your karma in a handicapped zone.
Rev. Andrea Favro provides some practical ways to alleviate stress in your life. Takin ‘er easy should be easy to do, and Andrea helps us take the road less troubled.
Rev. Andrea Favro shares with the assembled Dudeocracy the Dudeist version of the best-selling book “The Secret.” Only we don’t need any mystical mumbo jumbo to control the universe. Once we’re privy to our subconscious shit we can control ourselves. Far out, man. Or Far in, rather.
Dudeism is at the creamy center of many an established religion. We’ve already revealed this in The Dudes Prayer and in the Tao Dude Ching. Rev. Bradley Ducak provides a new revelation: The Dudeist version of Psalm 23 in the Bible. The Dude is our shepherd, man…and we take comfort in that.
Rev. Aidan Tolhurst bowls us over with this thoughtful look at what makes bowling such a sacred sport, perhaps the most Dudeist sport in the known dudeiverse. Taking elements of the holy game as his cues, Rev. Tolhurst shows how the rules to bowl by can be the rules to live by as well. After all, this isn’t ‘Nam.
Learn Dudeism by easy example.
Following the laws of yin-yang, as Dudeism expands, so do the Anti-Dudes. While most people out there seem to dig the easygoing Dudeist way of life, there are some — it is called undudeness — who cannot take it easy in the true sense of the word. Rev. Andrea Favro takes a look and offers some explanations.
Many people think that old Fred Nietzsche was an uptight sourpuss with an I-am-the-walrus mustache. Apart from the mustache, they’re just not privy to the old shit—Nietzsche was actually a Great Dude. He championed free-thinking and individuality and getting high. It’s a bummer that Nazis and Nihilists continually misinterpret his ideas. Dudermensch Kris Harrison sets the record straight.
The new holy book’s here! The new holy book’s here! The uncompromised first draft of the Tao Dude Ching, a book which really helps tie our ruminations together, is finally finished, on-line and far-out.