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Denial and Consequences - Advice for Scholars and Scientists

Sunset a moment before nightfall over the Pacific. Wikipedia. 
“I’m sorry, Gemma. But we can’t live in the light all of the time. You have to take whatever light you can hold into the dark with you.”
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Seeking Solitude in Plain Sight

we sometimes need to forage for hidden nuggets of truth…sometimes right in plain view.

Solitude

 Auras of mystery surround places of solitude. The very word fills pages of novels, entices the busy, and secretes fear into the lost.

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Following Jesus

Unswerving, An Intentional Journey


“Let us hold unswervingly to the hope we profess, for he who promised is faithful. Hebrews 10:23

In life we swerve. We navigate life as a canoeist navigates a wilderness river full of deadheads, sandbars, rocks, rapids, sink holes, log jams and a host of unseen dangers in an otherwise majestic ride. 486 more words
Following Jesus

Snowflakes As Spiritual Sacredness

Namaste Soft Snowflake of Shining Sacredness!

I greet you in the Spirit of snowflakes this day; in celebration of the intricacy of their beauty and the connectivity of their stability. 624 more words

Awareness

Perfect

What we desperately want and need we avoid

I opened up Facebook this morning to see what was going on. more news feeds to get the blood boiling and tempt one to dive into the fray. 666 more words

Following Jesus

Soaring in 2017

A Christian Science Perspective:  Spiritual Vision – and Holding to that Vision – is the Key to Progress

by Laura Clayton

DECEMBER 27, 2016 —My plane had left the gate and was taxiing to the runway, passing row after row of other jetliners preparing for takeoff.  270 more words

Thought

The Election and A Call to Service in The Anthropocene

Stephen Mulkey, PhD
4 November 2016

Heather at peace. Photo: S. Mulkey, Lakes Basin, The Eagle Cap Wilderness

“Elections have consequences.” – Barack Obama, 5 November 2008. 1,181 more words

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