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Category Archives: Philosophy

Questions for the Everyday Philosopher

November 8, 2017 | humor, Life, Philosophy | Permalink

This is a series of articles collectively titled A Thought for Every Thursday. Each one contains quick, light questions about modern morality, simple philosophy, and human relationships. Here. Get some…   *** The Thought for Every Thursday series is inspired by the Coffee Table Philosophy series of books, which can be browsed here.

Write Sober, Edit Drunk?

September 5, 2017 | Autobiography, Books!, Life, Philosophy, Relationships | Permalink

  In his latest book, J Edward sips scotch, bourbon, and deep, dark whiskey with every chapter. No topic goes untouched. No cocktail is spared.  Life & Dark Liquor A tipsy memoir by J Edward Neill Now available at Amazon. Life & Dark Liquor is the ‘sequel’ to Reality is Best Served with Red Wine.

Reality is Best Served…with Red Wine

August 10, 2017 | Art!, Books!, Philosophy | Permalink

In J Edward’s latest book, he promises to drain one bottle of red wine per chapter. That’s the rule. There’s no breaking it. And while deep in his cups, he takes readers on a sometimes funny, sometimes poignant journey.  Playful yet serious, funny yet honest, the bounce between bottles takes readers on a stroll through everything. Dating. Religion. Politics. That one […]

What’s the value of a few little lives?

July 27, 2017 | Life, Philosophy, Short Stories | Permalink

I’m nine years old, and life is pretty good. For an early September day in the ‘burbs outside Chicago, the weather is stunning. The winds are milder than usual, and the great northern chill has yet to descend. My classmates and I adore it. A mob of us have just walked a few miles to […]

Care less. Be Happier.

May 31, 2017 | Life, Philosophy | Permalink

Don’t take the title too seriously. I’m not suggesting you stop caring about your family, your friends, or your personal welfare. Nor am I saying you should be indifferent to things that really, truly matter. But everything else? That’s up for debate. Maybe you’ve heard of it. These days, there’s a little thing called the internet. […]