I’m going to see Jesus tonight.

Jesus Christ, Superstar, that is. I saw the movie recently and enjoyed it far more than I expected. Tonight is the play.

I’ve been thinking alot lately about the religious part of me and the not-quite-family-friendly part of me.

As HugNation got popular last year, I downplayed my adult projects and deleted links. I still do work for an adult client, but I removed the digital connections between my Hug Life and and my Smut World.

Of course, in a world of google and archive.org, that is rather silly undertaking.

I wonder if maybe this year I’ll find a better balance between the two. Or an integration. Or an eradication.

I was listening to a spiritual lecture where they said, god/the universe/etc. wants you right now. As is.
So as I offer myself to the universe, perhaps it is silly to think that my purpose as a tool of the universe is somehow *outside* of the adult world I’ve been a part of. Perhaps I should stop trying to close the door behind me and start seeing it as a part of my congregation. (We all have a congregation. And we all spread our message, whether we like it or not.)

When I did the Hug Tour, I was pleasantly surprised at the attendance from colleagues in the adult world. It suppose it goes back to what I say every week at Hug Nation: Beneath the thoughts and beliefs of our ego minds, we are all PEOPLE. Normally, I am talking about political and religious differences…but maybe I should address “morality” differences, too.

We can all love more. We can all fear less.

And for every one of us that does that …even at the smallest degree …and regardless of where we are starting from …the world is made a better place.

Comments
  • Jackie

    I have stumbled upon your website via Youtube. What a wonderful stumble. I find your insight to be refreshing and needed. Needed by all of us, no matter where we are in our lives. Eradicating – dont do that. There are lives that you have touched who would have possibly never looked at life as they do now – because of you. Peace, love, and hugs.

  • Kris Madison

    I think you’re bang on with the idea of keeping your non-holy friends and colleagues as part of your congregation. I found you years ago via GFY and was so pleased to see *someone* there who wasn’t full of the usual misogynistic high school drama. We need more people spreading love and light across all walks of life – and that includes adult.

    I always feel sad when I see people decide to quit the business and then remove their sites, change their names and try to erase all of their history. I’m all for people finding their path and when adult no longer interests you, move on. Absolutely. But there’s no shame in saying yes, I used to do this. No, it no longer fits with the person I am today, but I’m not ashamed of my history.

    Nothing good comes out of shame, IMO.

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