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Mind, Body, Soul Newsletter - November/December 2016

WHAT LIES WITHIN

Given we were away on our road trip the November newsletter didn’t happen. So to end this newsletter year of 2016 with a bang, this is a double whammy for the months of November and December. 974 more words

Challenges

Are You A Pacifist, or Merely Passive?

This is a post I’ve thought about, wrestled with for many years. It came to the fore again in this past election season, and even more since the final count gave the White House to Donald Trump — a man, who ironically had a show called “The Apprentice.” America has elected an “apprentice” and not a particularly talented adept one at that.   705 more words

Life

A DOG, BURNT HANDS, AND THE CROSS; AND HOW THEY’RE ALL CONNECTED – REVISED*

You might be thinking, what an unusual title for a post; and you would be absolutely correct.

Let us see if I can make sense of this enigma in the form of this title. 1,434 more words

ARTICLES & POSTS

More on those passive heroines with a focus on Georgette Heyer

Since my previous post I’ve mulling over the so-called ‘passive’ heroine in romance novels. The stories I mentioned that didn’t have passive heroines in the previous post are fairly recent, say from the 1990 onwards. 873 more words

Daily Bliss - November 14


The Angels remind us that anger can be righteous, when coming from a place of love. Anger often rises from a desire for change, and change doesn’t come from complacency or passivity. 17 more words

Daily Bliss

passivity.

The first sin was not Eve eating of the tree. It was Adam’s passivity. He was the one who told her the one rule of the garden. 591 more words

Fascist Shepherd

“​If a society is transformed into what Mumford has called a “megamachine” (that is, if the whole of a society, including its people, is like a large, centrally directed machine), fascism is almost unavoidable in the long run because… 148 more words

Examined Life