Tag Archives: life

October 2017 – In Love with Life

As I move forward in my relationship with God, I find myself more in love with life. I don’t mean daily living; I mean human life, animal life, and plant life – the actual state of being alive. For a … Continue reading

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The Best Ideas Come Later

Life is kind of funny. If you stick around, sometimes you get to see it’s little bonuses. I recall staying late at a fireworks show once and seeing the grand finale, followed alittle later by some extras. Movies are supposed … Continue reading

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Privacy as a Personal Requirement

In a previous post, I spoke about the nature of the term “right” and why it isn’t the appropriate word for conveying our freedoms and responsibilities we innately believe others should respect. In this post, I continue with that in mind, arguing in … Continue reading

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On Viewing People

As a young child growing up, the world is new, and that’s probably the closest most people will ever be to seeing things how they truly are in an objective – as opposed to subjective – sense. That is not … Continue reading

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A Sign Carved in the Grave

This morning I happened to notice a bag for holding candy. On it, created with a gel pen, was the image of a scary jack-o-lantern seated on top of a gravestone with the letters “R.I.P.” – the usual acronym that … Continue reading

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Poverty Is Not Such a Bad Thing

When people think of the word “poverty”, it usually has negative connotations. You might think of starving children in Africa or the slums of Calcutta. The idea that people have in mind is that one has less than one needs. … Continue reading

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Men and Valuing Themselves

Man has a problem: He does not know how to value himself.

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You take too much for granted

Table of Contents Introduction The Initial Perspective Alittle More Abstract Bringing It Back Down

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Madoka Magica – (Not so) Dark Moe

Oh, I’m so sorry. You were hoping for something that emphasized more of the glamor than the gloom…

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NaNoWrimo First Try

Rather than start this post with excuses and a short history of NaNoWriMo or my past at writing, as most bloggers do, allow me to jump right to the details.

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