Huston Smith & Phil Cousineau on

Our personal reflections continued over food with friends.

There was consensus that the facile toss-off line, still common on US campuses, "I don't believe in religion. I believe in spirituality", argues a closed question. It also, as Huston wittily remarked, is usually delivered by those who have rarely, if ever darkened the door of a church. Rather than engaging a post-modern present with the future, this pseudo-argument leapfrogs back to pre-modern models of religion -- and summarily dismisses them.


It was also our consenus that the sauce on the eggplant anti-pasto at the wheelchair-accessible Cuccina Don Giovanni was transcendant!

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