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What we don't want to see

While we see ourselves through the filter of our experiences, beliefs and perspectives, we miss seeing the parts of our lives that we would rather not look at. 500 more words

Today's Quote

“Anger distorts our perception of people and situations and falsely absolves us of responsibility. “




Expectation or excitement?

Busted anyway!

God I felt so happy, so joyful like I have not been for ever

Writing opened me God opened my numbness to a world I haven’t touched for years. 509 more words

The Fragility or Durability of Art

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The thing about artists: by vivid example, they can usher you into radically different ways of experience that philosophers can only summarize, and–even at their best and most innovative–impoverish by converting them to explanation.

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Social Interventions

Avoiding Self-Deception

Your word is a lamp for my feet, a light on my path (Psalm 119:105 NIV).

If asked, many Christians today would claim to be living their lives by the Word of God, I believe. 307 more words

April 2014

A Reflection on “The ‘J’ Word” 

I found myself captivated this past Sunday as Bob walked us through John 8, and Jesus’ exchange with the “believers” he was talking with there. It was an exposé, of sorts, on just what Jesus can expose when we engage with him. 697 more words

Self-Deception, with Dr. Cortney Warren

The Eagan High School class of ’96 has produced its share of accomplished and articulate alumni, one pride-inspiring example of which is Dr. Cortney Warren… 770 more words