Good morning Guess what! I’ve come to the conclusion that I’m a very old man. And lately I’ve been feeling my age. I read that the Czech novelist, Franz Kafka, wrote that the meaning of life is that it ends. Well, as I near that end, I’ve been looking back at the various periods of [...]
Category Archive for 'Philosophy & Religion'
Presented at HUU Meeting January 7, 1990 By James J. Geary Wade asked me to talk, for not more than seven minutes, on my view of life after death. To do it justice I think I would need to go into my whole philosophy of being, and there is not time for that. But I’ll [...]
A talk delivered by James J. Geary before the Harrisonburg Unitarian Universalist congregation 15 November 1998 Good morning again, survivors! And congratulations! We are all survivors, are we not? (Story – not sure what was read) So he didn’t survive. But we have — at least so far. Survival and security is the topic of [...]
Talk Delivered by James J. Geary before the Harrisonburg Unitarian Universalist Church Sunday, April 1, 2001 Centering time II (spiritual music) [As I turned on the music, I said "April Fool." It was What a Beautiful World by Louis Armstrong When it finished, I remarked that it was not April Fool after all; that the [...]
(Prepared for delivery before the Harrisonburg Unitarian Universalist Fellowship 29 March 1992) By James J. Geary When Beryl Lawson called me at the end of January and asked if I would put on a program March 22, and I agreed, she then asked me for a title, I was about to leave on an extended [...]
A discourse delivered by James J. Geary before the Harrisonburg Unitarian Universalist congregation 18 June 1995 Twice before, as some of you recall, I’ve talked to this group about my philosophy. The first talk was more than five years ago, the second some three years ago. Today I will talk about morality. What? you might [...]