The Introduction of the book, How to Be Secular by Richard Berlinerblau is impressive. He reintroduces theories on secularism that includea moderate religion and a clear line between religion and state. The thesis seems to be leading to a higher call for freedom. Quoting Locke: "Man has a natural right to freedom of conscience." Today we are so held to others notions of how to be and live. It would be beautiful to have a secular world that acknowledges God/religion but doesn't mandate religion or a way of life in the system of government. The position of moderation is exceedingly refreshing to consider.
Attempted the Don Eduardo with pure Agave from Mexico and lime. The sweet was nice with the spirit. Strangely, the lime competed with the spirit until I immersed in India Abroad (an Indian American news weekly). Then the cocktail mixology melded to a beautiful sweet spirit.
Tequila is one distilled spirit that I hesitated venturing to know but today the Don Eduardo tequila was suggested to me and I was immensely grateful for the opportunity to experience it. I thought of all those years I imbibed tequila differently (dosed with sugared juices). Today I was able to realize that just straight up (over ice) with a twist of lime says everything we need to know about a people and their great fortune. ¡Salud Mexico!
Maureen Kris is educated in advanced spiritual studies, political science and international relations. For more details please visit: http://brentwoodspiritualstudiesinstitute.org/maureen-kris-bio.html