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December Reset: Week 1

I’m one week into my reset so I thought I would give a little update on how it’s going.

1. Walk at lunch at least 3 times a week. 523 more words

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Due Process

I un-followed a Canadian author who helped shape my identity as a human and as a creator. I un-followed her because of a letter she signed… 1,364 more words

Navel Gazing

On finding errors in one’s published analyses

Dan Bolnick just had a really important – and, yes, brave – post on finding an error in a published study of his that has led him to retract that study. 1,754 more words


December Hard Reset

I’m still alive.  I am working on my race report from the Richmond Marathon and it is taking for-ev-er!  Also, with a busy second half of November, loss of daylight, and other “stuff” going on, I’m finding myself slipping into my annual December slump.   378 more words

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What World Do You Live In? Part 2

(Read Part 1 first.)

Having read his book, I had expectations about which theological world(s) W. Paul Jones’s Theological Worlds Inventory would place me in. World 3—that of T. 2,244 more words

Tremendum Et Fascinans


The important thing about writing is, of course, to write. I have wanted to write for a very long time, and I learned in high school that I can do it fairly easily. 216 more words


"The brain appears to possess a special area which we might call poetic memory..."

The Unbearable Lightness of Being is one of my favorite fiction books.

I first read it around 15 years ago and I still love its quotes today. 798 more words