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"That Which is Not Seen" (Part II)

This short essay finishes my present reflections on the role of the family in the realm of political economy. For Part I of this duo, inspired by Bastiat’s famous essay by the title, “Ce qu’on voit et ce qu’on ne voit pas,” I invite you to begin  1,616 more words


2008 Reading Project

I joined Goodreads in April 2008 and began adding titles right away to my to-read shelf. These titles were the books I most wanted to read, foremost on my list, and yet some of them can still be found lingering in to-read limbo today. 343 more words

Reading List

Is there an Afrikaans equivalent of CS Lewis? (The limitations of language)

I’ve been thinking about the limitations of language recently.

Sometimes words can get in the way.
And sometimes they are just not enough.

As an English speaking person i have had the privilege of growing up / being enlightened profoundly by the works of CS Lewis. 162 more words


Till We Have Faces

Only with CS Lewis do I read a fictional work and immediately recognise myself. My spirit is ashamed and can only accuse itself – ‘this is you. 192 more words

Wednesday Wisdom (2-22-17)

Wednesday Wisdom for February 22, 2017:

Millions of people read The Shack by William P. Young. Soon, millions will watch the story of The Shack… 103 more words

Wednesday Wisdom


Most of the time, we think of courage as the thing we need in a momentous event–where are lives require a big leap of faith. But the truth is, we need courage not just for the big moments. 21 more words


Fountain of Terror

Every uncorrected error and unrepented sin is, in its own right, a fountain of fresh error and fresh sin flowing on to the end of time.

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