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A Philosophical Journey


Welcome! My name is John Matar and I would like to personally thank you for joining me in ‘A Philosophical Journey’. It has been said that good questions don’t have answers,they only lead to more questions. That is why the purpose of ‘A Philosophical Journey’ is a place to share and discuss All things.

The questions, ideas, notes, theories, philosophies, experiences, concepts, beliefs, and thoughts found here are neither right nor wrong. They are meant to be read with an open-mind. ‘A Philosophical Journey’ holds no answers, it has only been created as “food for thought” and enlightened conversation for the intellectual mind. Be advised that as time goes on, the topics and discussions will become deeper and more intense. In some cases, controversial. Gradually, my readers will take that course with ease.

The categories discussed in A Philosophical Journey:

  • Arts
  • Conspiracies
  • Cultural Beliefs
  • Emotions: Love and Fear
  • Experiences
  • Freedoms & Equalities
  • Human Interaction
  • Life & Death
  • Poetry
  • Politics
  • Power
  • Race, Gender, & Age
  • Religion/Theology
  • The Universe
  • Time
  • Universal Truths
  • Unspoken Laws

Once again, I thank you for following me in A Philosophical Journey. Feel free to comment and join me in discussions. Together we can find a way to make the world a better place. Stay inspired, stay passionate, and stay positive. Love and Light my friends.

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About John Matar

A Philosophical Journey shares the work of John Matar as well as other poets, writers and bloggers. Topics and discussions written are proudly displayed to enlighten and inform.

Discussion

2 thoughts on “A Philosophical Journey

  1. It takes courage to admit trouble, problems, self-dout, and illness.

    I’m an addict and an alcoholic. I’m recovering.

    Posted by Chris Conn | October 19, 2011, 03:25
    • It takes a strong man to admit his struggle. I am a war junkie…slowing recovering. Thank you for sharing Chris. You have been one of the greatest of men that has crossed paths on my journey. I’m glad to call you my friend.

      Posted by John Matar | October 19, 2011, 03:29

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A Philosphical Journey ©copyright 2011-2012

© John Matar and 'A Philosophical Journey', 2011-2012. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this blog’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to John Matar and 'A Philosophical Journey' with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.

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