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Footnotes to Plato | Søren Kierkegaard: The blessing of despair

Clare Carlisle surveys the ‘slippery, often baffling’ writings of a philosopher ‘remarkably sensitive to the perversity, paradoxes and irony of the human condition’

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The Absurd

“There is no fate that cannot be surmounted by scorn.”

– Albert Camus, The Myth of Sisyphus

According to Greek mythology, the gods punished King Sisyphus of Ephyra for his deceit and cruelty. 1,197 more words


Re-framing Regret Rumination.

It has been a month since I left Houston, I was supposed to have been back in Houston 10 days ago. But I am stuck here in India because during my trip to India, in following some immigration procedures, my visa was put on ‘administrative processing’ status. 1,541 more words

Life Experiences

The Life I've Always Wanted

(Inspired by: the Life You’ve Always Wanted: Spiritual Disciplines for Ordinary People by John Ortberg)

At the end of one of my favorite podcasts, 558 more words

Lent Day 12: Mark 5:1-20

Mark 5:1-20

The Demonic and today

Earlier in the Gospel of Mark, and throughout many places in the Gospels, there is mention of those who are demon possessed. 715 more words


Understanding Millenials Through The Eyes of Kierkegaard

I write as one untimely born. I write as a millenial to millenials, whom by the end of this sentence may already be bored of the writing of this millenial. 516 more words


An old proverb fetched from the outward and visible world says: “Only the man that works gets the bread.” Strangely enough this proverb does not aptly apply in that world to which it expressly belongs.

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