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The Humanity Of God: An Ascension Day Reflection

Commencement season is almost over (there are some college graduations still happening, if you can believe it!). This year I learned of a tradition I didn’t know existed. Apparently a newly elected president’s first commencement address is usually given at Notre Dame. But Donald Trump broke with this convention, recently delivering his first commencement address at Liberty […]

Directive – Robert Frost

Back out of all this now too much for us, Back in a time made simple by the loss Of detail, burned, dissolved, and broken off Like graveyard marble sculpture in the weather, There is a house that is no more a house Upon a farm that is no more a farm And in a […]

To Be Social Is To Be Forgiving…

A great excerpt from the Robert Frost poem, “The Star Splitter” on the necessity of forgiveness for any human relationship. It seems that either we forgive, or we are alone. (via Timothy Stanley’s blog). The full text of the poem can be found here. But the first thing next morning we reflected If one by […]

Conventional Notions Of Choice – WSJ

This just in from the Wall Street Journal: Researchers now can detect our intentions and predict our choices before we are aware of them ourselves. The brain, they have found, appears to make up its mind 10 seconds before we become conscious of a decision — an eternity at the speed of thought. Their findings […]