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Turning Finite Creatures (with Free Wills) Into Gods

Yes, my last letter was one-sidedly practical. I want now to unpack more of the intellectual solution to the problem. You said, in very Pauline fashion, “is it really so hard to believe that  the travail of all creation which God himself descended to share, at its most intense, may be necessary in the process of turning finite creatures (with free wills) into – well, into Gods…” 1,693 more words

CS Lewis

How Long Do We Have to Hate Our Bodies?

It’s not new, but it recently surfaced in my Facebook feed–an article on CNN.com called What the Dying Really Regret.  In this article Kerry Egan, a hospice chaplain who has spent a lot of time consoling those with little time left on this earth, states: 574 more words

In Perpetuity

My relentless love,
Unquestionable,
Life’s delicate,
Finite existence,
In contrast to,
My love,
In Perpetuity

Poetry

I Am Torn

What is the purpose of
“the here and now”?
Pressing forward,
working to regain a lost Paradise,
plucking up souls along the way
to take into an iridescent gate, 775 more words