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Don Hutcheson

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Don Hutcheson is a writer and entrepreneur who lives in Atlanta, Georgia.

He has published two magazines and built a career planning company based on his concept, The Whole Person Technology, which Dr. Stephen Covey (The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People) describes as “Brilliant, powerful and practical.” Hutcheson also co-authored the pioneering book, Don’t Waste Your Talent.

Some of his most meaningful experiences occurred in the field of advertising.
His ad agency, HutchesonShutze, won top creative awards at The Cannes Film Festival, The British Design Show, the CLIOs and many others. At the height of its growth, the advertising agency was purchased by OMNICOM WORLDWIDE.

Inspired by his years in the advertising business, Hutcheson wrote h
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Out of fear
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“Study, along the lines which the theologies have mapped, will never lead us to discovery of the fundamental facts of our existence. That goal must be attained by means of exact science and can only be achieved by such means. The fact that man, for ages, has superstitiously believed in what he calls a God does not prove at all that his theory has been right. There have been many gods – all makeshifts, born of inability to fathom the deep fundamental truth. There must be something at the bottom of existence, and man, in ignorance, being unable to discover what it is through reason, because his reason has been so imperfect, undeveloped, has used, instead, imagination, and created figments, of one kind or another, which, according to the country he was born in, the suggestions of his environment, satisfied him for the time being. Not one of all the gods of all the various theologies has ever really been proved. We accept no ordinary scientific fact without the final proof; why should we, ...more Thomas A. Edison
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“What you do every day should contribute to giving your life meaning. If it doesn't, why are you doing it?”
Don Hutcheson

“It is not a lack of love, but a lack of friendship that makes unhappy marriages.”
Friedrich Nietzsche

“Study, along the lines which the theologies have mapped, will never lead us to discovery of the fundamental facts of our existence. That goal must be attained by means of exact science and can only be achieved by such means. The fact that man, for ages, has superstitiously believed in what he calls a God does not prove at all that his theory has been right. There have been many gods – all makeshifts, born of inability to fathom the deep fundamental truth. There must be something at the bottom of existence, and man, in ignorance, being unable to discover what it is through reason, because his reason has been so imperfect, undeveloped, has used, instead, imagination, and created figments, of one kind or another, which, according to the country he was born in, the suggestions of his environment, satisfied him for the time being. Not one of all the gods of all the various theologies has ever really been proved. We accept no ordinary scientific fact without the final proof; why should we, then, be satisfied in this most mighty of all matters, with a mere theory?

Destruction of false theories will not decrease the sum of human happiness in future, any more than it has in the past... The days of miracles have passed. I do not believe, of course, that there was ever any day of actual miracles. I cannot understand that there were ever any miracles at all. My guide must be my reason, and at thought of miracles my reason is rebellious. Personally, I do not believe that Christ laid claim to doing miracles, or asserted that he had miraculous power...

Our intelligence is the aggregate intelligence of the cells which make us up. There is no soul, distinct from mind, and what we speak of as the mind is just the aggregate intelligence of cells. It is fallacious to declare that we have souls apart from animal intelligence, apart from brains. It is the brain that keeps us going. There is nothing beyond that.

Life goes on endlessly, but no more in human beings than in other animals, or, for that matter, than in vegetables. Life, collectively, must be immortal, human beings, individually, cannot be, as I see it, for they are not the individuals – they are mere aggregates of cells.

There is no supernatural. We are continually learning new things. There are powers within us which have not yet been developed and they will develop. We shall learn things of ourselves, which will be full of wonders, but none of them will be beyond the natural.

[Columbian Magazine interview]”
Thomas A. Edison

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message 5: by Don

Don Hutcheson My pleasure, Melita!

Best,
Don


message 4: by Don

Don Hutcheson Hi Jesse,
I am finishing up book 2 of the Will Stallworth quartette, and after I'm done I will read yours. Look forward to it.

Best to you and have fun out there today!

Don


message 3: by Jesse

Jesse Hanson Namaste Don, Really appreciate your adding me to your friends list. Best wishes to you and for your upcoming book. Hope you don't mind my asking you to take a look at my spiritual allegory, Song of George: Portrait of an Unlikely Holy Man. jesse


message 2: by Don

Don Hutcheson My pleasure, Stephen. I particularly resonate with your comment that you like books that have an element no one else has. That would be the highest compliment I could receive from anyone reading my first novel. Have fun out there today and stay in touch.

Best,
Don


Stephen Tremp Thanks Don for the invite ... metaphysics huhn? We have much in common.


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