Some stand out moments in March included attending a talk from Alain De Botton at KU in Lawrence. His talk was based on his book, Religion for Atheists, asking "Even if religion isn't true, can't we enjoy the best bits?" My stance is that no matter what you believe, don't try to force anyone else on board with you. Your belief should be enough for you. That having been said, religions have some important stuff we can get on board with. Like the importance of family, the role of community, and the effects of tradition. Good stuff.
Also in March, of course, was the St. Patrick's Day parade, here in KC. As staff of the Kansas City Irish Fest, we always have way more fun than we should with our float and "marching" in the parade. I tasted a decent whiskey that day, 12-year-old Red Breast. While is was the best whiskey I've tasted, I still won't choose whiskey over vodka, beer, well, anything really.
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p.s. Your good juju today: Don't underestimate trying new things, and repeating good things.
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