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A Reign of Paradoxical Meanderings!

With the tongue we praise our Lord and Father, and with it we curse human beings, who have been made in God’s likeness. Out of the same mouth come praise and cursing.

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Arrow Paradox


In any instant, a moving object is indistinguishable from a non-moving object: Thus motion is impossible.

This is called the arrow paradox, and it’s another of Zeno’s arguments against motion. 116 more words

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Infinity is Counter-intuitive

Even people who love studying and thinking about it get it wrong. I stumbled into this sneaky example recently.


A fair number of people would argue for the aleph-one track, because of the speed difference. 335 more words

Education

On Brokenness and Healing: Does your heart break?

I sat with her, hand on her knee as the tears poured forth and I thought of brokenness. My broken places and her broken places were much different on the surface, but much the same deep down inside. 469 more words

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Nah mean. For real, though

I love conversations.  I love amateur philosophers.  I’m not talking about your friend that has a couple too many puffs and starts ranting about things they’ve never actually explored and researched before.   294 more words

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Mysteries: You Don't Know it All

Pride says, “I got it. I know it already.” I must admit, this is something I have caught myself saying numerous times. My first year at Bible College when I had already studied much of what I was learning on my own prior. 442 more words

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Life's Magic

In the stillness we experience life’s magic.  We become one with ourselves.  We are not our thoughts, we are so much more.  Often times we not only take pleasure in the distractions of a 21st century, but we also create our own.   56 more words

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