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…it’s hard to attach hope, peace, joy and love to specific outcomes.
The meaning of any story is up to interpretation by the listener.
I imagine Diogenes thrusting his lantern in the face of, say, an evangelical preacher, and demanding, “Show me God!”
I don’t object to learning new skills, or new ideas…but I’d rather snack on a doughnut than deep-fried cockroaches.
…religions…refer to belief in some kind of controlling power…author Harari describes [one belief as]…“the greatest conqueror in history.”
The notion of looking for God beyond the pages of a single text appeals to me.
Both girls, both Muslim, agree that the best tool for change is not weapons but education.
Basing modern laws and politics on isolated verses from the Bible makes as much sense to me as fixing cloudy cataracts with a hammer.
My friend Ralph Milton says that there’s no secret to longevity; you just have to keep on having birthdays.
Symbols are just that: They simply represent the real thing
It seems to me that most of our modern connections are, if I may coin a phrase, one dimensional.
A lovely morning isn’t expecting a thank you card.
Judgers can become Learners and Learners can become Judgers.
I wonder if the practice of using words in prayers leads us to imagine the entity we think we’re talking to.
Spoiler alert: It is not an encrypted code-book that needs to be deciphered.
The inspiration may indeed come from a divine source. But almost immediately it succumbs to human jurisdictions…
It sounds so simple—make sure you’ve heard the other person correctly.…Is time so short that we can’t afford to get it right?
Life changes by tiny increments that we can very easily never notice.
Heaven a void, or filled with realities beyond our imagination?
Most parishoners will not be able to relate to outdated practice that's praised in sermons.