Tag Archives: philosophy

Why do we ask why?

Why do we ask why? What’s the reason That people reason? If there’s no Meaning or plan Behind existence, Then why do we ask why? Why do our hearts cry For purpose, understanding, Relationship, and love? Isn’t the search for … Continue reading

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The paralysis of analysis or the openness of brokenness?

Our culture analyzes everything. We mentally pick things to pieces. Yet, sometimes our logic locks out love. Love often doesn’t compute — it can be very irrational. Yet love is an essential ingredient for a lovely life! Without love, we’re human … Continue reading

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Good & Evil Personalities Battle For The Human Heart & Brain

Everyday we see good and evil all around us. And if we are honest we see both good and evil inside our own hearts. Some people say that good and evil are nothing but human judgments — names that we … Continue reading

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A Bleak (oops, I mean “Black”) Friday Thought . . .

A Bleak (oops I mean Black) Friday Thought: We shop for stuff thinking stuff will satisfy the seeking, striving, and searching of our soul. Sadly, surrounded with stuff upon stuff, our soul still starves!

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Life’s A Buzz

Life is a series of billions of moments buzzing past now, in single file, and vanishing. The future’s not here to stay. Today is tomorrow’s yesterday. There is no permanent housing. Our position is constant transition. We need God’s GPS! … Continue reading

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What’s on tap in your kegs?

What’s on tap in your kegs?  2 kegs are on tap in your heart and ready to roll through your life. One keg contains love, joy, & peace — the other keg: anger, misery, & envy. What’ll you have? Should … Continue reading

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“You’re a victim of disorganized thinking.” –The Wizard of Oz

Watching The Wizard of Oz in IMAX 3D in 2013, the wizard’s words to the Scarecrow seemed prophetic from this 1939 movie:  “You’re a victim of disorganized thinking.” Our contemporary culture “is a victim of disorganized thinking.”  “Intellectual freedom” has … Continue reading

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