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276. talisman

A few weeks ago I decided to do a tarot reading for myself.

It’s been a while, and I’m always curious about what’ll come out of a spread, what different patterns and combinations of cards will resonate with my mind in its current state, and so on. 979 more words

Essays

Randall Amster | Faux Real: What's in Your Worldview?

 Don’t trust them, trust us! They’re evil and we’re good! Just believe us and you’ll be wealthy and healthy!

Randall Amster  Common Dreams 821 more words
Human Rights

275. vergangenheitsbewältigung


According to a Buzzfeed video, vergangenheitsbewältigung roughly translates to in English: “to deal with the past and eventually overcome it.”

Thanks to X years of coaching German lied and picking up bits and pieces of the language, I can correctly pronounce this word without much prompting. 966 more words

Essays

271. mythopoeic

Story time.

Once upon a time in a land not so far away there lived a little boy with his parents and two younger sisters in a house on the edge of a corn field. 999 more words

Fundamentalism

May the Force be with You (and also with you)

Happy Saturday, I am writing from the snowy Northwest today with a cup of coffee, not a bad day if you ask me.

For those of you who are new to this series, we are discussing various Spiritual Practices throughout the church. 626 more words

Christian Spirituality

December 11, 2016 Sermon -- What did Mary know ( & we don't)?

Luke 1:39-56

39In those days Mary set out and went with haste to a Judean town in the hill country, 40where she entered the house of Zechariah and greeted Elizabeth. 282 more words

Sermons HCE

Object Thinking

“When object thinking becomes part of us, it can imbue us with a subtle but pervasive sense of alienation and distance to the world. It can give us false hopes that the solutions to complex problems can simply be implemented and everything will get better. 76 more words

Janey Colbourne