The term open source comes from the world of software and technology. It refers to a system with source code that is publicly visible and open to change; typically by a large community of contributing authors. (Most software is closed: you can’t open it up, change it, or see what’s inside.) In our case, open source is a metaphor for a style of spirituality that is collaborative, open and evolving.
Just think of it like Fight Club… First rule of Open Source Spirituality is: stop trying to be “spiritual.” Be you instead.
Nope. And the free membership is good for life. I’ll eventually have some things up for sale, but that’s still a ways off. I’ve got a lot of ground to cover, and I want to get Open Source Spirituality out and up and running before I worry about things like books and apparel and other goodies.
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Yes. The truth is… I am a billionaire superhero who is adored by millions and travels the world without pants.
Actually, no. At least 80% of that is false. The comparison came from a conversation with my significant others. It was funny and seemed oddly appropriate, so it stuck.
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