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A Persistent Affliction

It seems right near impossible to get caught up in the things of the world without adopting the world’s ways of handling conflict. Continue reading

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The Evil of Religion

Many blame the atrocities of terrorism on religion. Is it really religion or something else that is to blame? Something inside us? Continue reading

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Climate Change & Challenge

Across its ranges, terrains and changes, this planet exudes evidence of imbalance and imperfection. Its shakings, quakings, rumblings and rattlings show us that we are not in a world at peace with itself, Continue reading

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The Un-Callused Christian

It is not crossing the “red line” of using chemical weapons that is the greatest danger to humanity and the world; it is the line between caring and not caring about the victims of all violence, whether personal or political. Continue reading

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Heart Control Measures

Everything devoted to anything
except the root cause of a thing,
is a waste of time,
an illusion of action.
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Something Else

In the aftermath of the University of Kentucky’s recent victories over Louisville and Kansas, many alleged fans in Lexington went on a binge that could hardly be called “celebration.” Continue reading

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A Simple Moment

It seems sadly strange that killing people filled with hate rarely diminishes the hatred that is in the world, nor does violence readily put an end to violence. Continue reading

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