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PostSecret by Frank Warren
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Oct 10, 2009

it was amazing
bookshelves: openbook
Read in October, 2009

I think everyone who knows me, or reads my updates, knows why I love the Postsecret project and I was not disappointed by this edition. I think that we have really complicated relationships with faith, but we aren't given much room to nurture that part of our lives without religion getting in the way. I recently tried going to church (the Unitarian Universalist) for the first time in... well, ever. Reading this book felt similar to going to that church, and listening to This American Life, of course.

My favorite secret:

If oblivion is all ther is when we die,
If nothing happens other than
Suffering ends, or
A happy life was lived, or
An evil life was snuffed out, or
A boring life is at last over,
I think that's a wonderful alternative
To Heaven and Hell,
And I'd choose oblivion.

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