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I think you’ve misinterpreted these colors.

perhaps you see the sky when you get dressed in the morning, but that blue doesn’t mean you’re heavenly or something… 110 more words


Thanksgiving Reflections

Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi

This past Sunday I attended an interfaith Thanksgiving service at the St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Peekskill, New York. I spoke extemporaneously. This is a polished version of my talk. 1,015 more words

Bhikkhu Bodhi

In light of recent events

I’ve been a bit disillusioned lately. Not that my disillusionment should in any way overshadow the pain, trauma, and systematic oppression being experienced by thousands of individuals at the hands of our government as we speak. 767 more words

Pyre of Envy Update & A Little On Scartleton

In the Pyre of Envy, second book of the Scarleton Series, we find a range of two types of important issues being explored. One pertains to the larger arch of the series as a whole and one  is central to the book itself. 935 more words


On two visions of subsidiarity

Gabriel Sanchez has an interesting comment at Opus Publicum, which begins,

Christian Democracy, an online publication to which I have contributed, appears to have fallen temptation to what I would call the “socialist seduction” prevalent in certain Christian—including Catholic—circles…

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Good anti-poverty policy: strong families

Panelists at the Values and Capitalism Fall Summit gathered recently to discuss the impact of the family on poverty.

According to Bradford Wilcox, director of the National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia, the retreat from marriage has increased child poverty and inequality, hitting low-income families the hardest. 473 more words