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  1. I fell off the face of the forums several years ago, and stumbled across this thread tonight as I'm trying to reacquaint myself. I hope it's not too much of a goofy meta-commentary to say that the progression of this thread made me giggle. Post Number One: "I have had an amazing spiritual experience! Perhaps others will not agree, but I think this is an amazing truth!" Post Number Two: "Bah humbug!" Ha! In keeping with the actual content of the discussion: I'd say that spirituality or personal religion is inherently aspirational -- that's a significant part of what religion is trying t
  2. that is a great book. I recommend it to ULC in general. Also Small Gods by the same author. Well, everything by Pratchett is brilliant in some form. <{POST_SNAPBACK}> Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. Hilarious. My recent reads: Winner of the National Book Award by Jincy Willett: Sort of a commentary on sex, need, literary pretension, and human relationships. I really enjoyed this, but I probably won't read it twice. The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold: If you haven't read this, do. The Cup of the World by John Dickinson: Fantasy, pretty well-constructed little world. E