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Euphemism Treadmill

It’s said that the more things change, the more they stay the same. This is especially true in the context of words and the meanings they convey. 812 more words

Evolutionary Psychology

Pissing on the Old Man's Grave

sounds extreme and distasteful too

but you didn’t know the old man.

He had an uncanny knack for deceiving

himself a he pursued his own… 407 more words

no true faith apart from love

notFor in Christ Jesus neither circumcision nor uncircumcision has any value. The only thing that counts is faith expressing itself through love.

Galatians 5

It’s interesting  and actually downright scary when one sees in scripture the examples of those who are devoted to the word, to scripture, but who actually don’t know God.

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Stale words

Stale words

How many times it happens
That we deceive ourselves
We identify us with mere words
Without really knowing,
Practically living them

To make us better… 59 more words

God

Fear of Failure, Part I

This is part one of a chapter from the book The Mind of Christ by David Murry. With his permission I post it here for your affirmation as my brothers and sisters. 1,337 more words

Emotional Healing

Self-deception

Beware the poet who finds you their muse
You may not like the words they attach
To what they see peering through your self-deception
From within their own self-deception… 31 more words

Poetry

The Universal Illusions of Now and Here, In A World Where Truth Does Not Exist

Success: The ability to convince yourself that you have not failed.

Hope: The ability to convince yourself that every perception of the future is not hopeless. 139 more words

Truth