Victoria NeuroNotes

Into the Gray


Exploring Reasons Why “Atheists” Have Extreme Moral Prejudice Toward Atheists

In a recent study published in the journal Nature Human Behavior (2017), an international team of researchers found extreme intuitive moral prejudice against atheists. Continue reading



What If You Knew You Were A Mayfly And Only Had One Day To Live?

Would you still fly as far and as high as you could? Continue reading


Independence Day à la Transformation

I was inspired by another blogger to write this post.  Her post is titled “Happiness”.  Thank you Charity.  Since Americans just celebrated Independence Day, I’d like to share my personal Independence Day; the day I found freedom.  The day I came out of that cocoon, spread my wings and truly felt alive.  The day I felt an interconnection that transformed me. Continue reading


“It Needs To Hurt”

Anglophiletoad and I exchanged comments from a recent post I published on my other blog.

Anglophiletoad: “At times like these, I hate “Like” buttons. I don’t want to “Like” it. It’s not to be liked. In fact, it hurts. As it should. As it did. It hurts, in my case, because of all the stupid years I spent saying stupid things to trusting people in the guise of “ministry.” It hurts so much I can’t breathe; I want to stand on a rooftop and scream at the top of my lungs that I’m sorry. I’m so sorry…”

Victoria:  “I wept after reading your comment. I’m profoundly moved by your sensitivity and empathy, but also burdened because Continue reading