Welcome to the Ethics Issue. Don't worry - it's not boring.
In our SoulVox roundtable with HiC Luttmers and Mildred Lynn McDonald, I posed the question, "Is morality obsolete?" We explore whether an externally imposed and/or validated moral code is still useful in 2016, and if not, what is likely to replace it in our lives.
I also share an impromptu reflection on the "Ethics" of The Hanged Man. Waxing philosophical about the nature of desire and its impact of moral choice on desire (and vice-versa), I realized a few things. My attention was drawn to The Hanged Man - a kind of cycling back to The Fool and The Magician, but with depth of experience and maturity. Pretty cool.
In our semi-regular Spiritual Transhumanist segment with Lincoln Cannon, we talk about Ethics and in particular how Ethics emerges from Desire. A responsible ethics can indeed be very fulfilling and not punitive.
Finally, I share a reflection on Original Sin. Yup. I know - you probably think it's not relevant. But check it out. I think you'll find this interpretation of Adam and Eve in the Garden to be pretty useful.
Welcome to the SoulVox Network, and to Convergence.
Let the stories unfold, and take what serves you.
Thanks for listening.