Is it normal for a Christian to contact a psychologist?

Answering a Facebook question: “Is it normal for a Christian to contact a psychologist?” In principle, it is normal, but there is a problem: We want to cope with temptations, and many psychologists want to tempt us (such as “helping” us to sleep with as many women as possible). It’s impossible to work together when goals are opposite. But if there is any agreement, even … Continue reading Is it normal for a Christian to contact a psychologist?

Economy: Straighten curved graphics

I am not a communist or a capitalist. I understand that both systems have advantages and disadvantages. Most economists view the fact that the average standard of living is higher in a market economy. At this stage of development, we need a market economy with all its shortcomings (such as immersing individuals and categories of citizens in poverty, the inapplicability of a market economy to … Continue reading Economy: Straighten curved graphics

Maybe I should return to St. Mary

Once accordingly to the revelation I received from Bible (see also this explanation), I decided that spirit of St. Mary came to Maria Putina and I must marry that girl. We had astral sex many times. But Masha Putina left me and married a billionaire. I was discouraged and decided that I need to forget about St. Mary and marry a regular girl. Better if … Continue reading Maybe I should return to St. Mary

The world on the edge of a nuclear disaster

The programming language used in nuclear technologies (nuclear bombs and power plants, for example) is Ada. Ada is developed by AdaCore, a small corporation. Ada is developed to be a very reliable programming language, to be suitable to control nuclear weapons and similar things. But there is an awful quantity of bugs in the compiler (GNAT) of this language. So the world is kept from … Continue reading The world on the edge of a nuclear disaster