Wiser

There is an ancient proverb that says, “He who knows not and knows not that he knows not is a fool—shun him. He who knows not and knows that he knows not is a child—teach him. He who knows and knows not that he knows is asleep—wake him. But he who knows and knows that […]

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The radical middle–a third way

How should we approach the divided, increasingly hostile polarization of our times? Unfortunately, we are not living in times marked by unity, tolerance, and love even though those are the virtues that are constantly espoused as ideal. Sadly, the lip service we pay to unity, tolerance, and love is not translating into greater societal wholeness […]

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how worship solves our mysteries

Throughout the generations, a consistent form of human entertainment has been the solving of complicated puzzles. Whether it is an old school, 1,000-piece puzzle in a box, a Rubik’s cube, or word puzzle games on our phones, the challenge to solve baffling puzzles fascinates. It is far less fascinating, however, to encounter riddles or mysteries […]

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How to Make Difficult Decisions

How do you process your difficult, delicate decisions? Do you write pros and cons lists while weighing out all of the potential scenarios, or do you rely on emotions and gut reactions? Do you feel confident when you make your difficult decisions or do you tend toward frequent second guessing? We all have to answer […]

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You will never get snared if you do not stray

You have certainly discovered how dangerous life can be right? Surely, by this point in your story, you have faced both demons and human treachery. You have had your back against some walls, and you have found ways to break through other ones. You have won and you have been defeated. You have been both […]

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