She actually said that? • “Third gender” in Thailand • Recent child abuse cases • Majority of public school children are now poor • The boy who didn’t come back from heaven • Judge Vetoes Parents’ Baby Name
Monthly Archives: December 2020
Podcast – Brightening the sparks
Brightening the sparks
Related blog post: What great thing can I do?
Related blog post: What great thing, part 2
Related blog post: For us
Related essay: “Your Heart’s Desire,” by Emmet Fox
Music: Rita Coolidge, “Higher and higher”
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We are a diseased nation.
In love with lies.
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About Heather Cook
Bishop called 2010 DUI arrest ‘a major wake-up call’
Heather Cook, an Episcopalian suffragan bishop in Maryland, has been in the news lately. A few weeks ago, she was involved in a vehicular homicide, and currently faces charges including vehicular manslaughter, driving while intoxicated, texting while driving, and leaving the scene of an accident.
David Wilcock today
It up-ended my thinking about good and evil and Trumpism.
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Franklin Graham, Charlie Hebdo and the “heckler’s veto”
The most recent terrorist threats we’ve seen have come not from Muslims overseas or Muslims in this country, but from Christians in this country.
On January 14, Duke University announced its plan to broadcast the Muslim call to prayer from the tower of its chapel every Friday. Franklin Graham posted on Facebook, requesting that donors withhold donations to the university it reversed that decision. A firestorm of controversy followed.
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I can say this now.
I didn’t want to contribute to the post-election turmoil.
Cornel West channels Martin Luther King Jr. to criticize Obama
Learning happiness can take you out of your comfort zone.
So, there can be a learning curve as one comes to tolerate and manage greater degrees of happiness and prosperity than one has been accustomed to.
Some time ago, this short, very thin Korean immigrant with shoulder-length gray hair began coming to the shelter. When he first came here, he was in bad shape; he appeared to have no resources at all.
Podcast – Truth and love
My father’s favorite Bible verse was John 8:32,
“You will know the truth, and the truth will make you free.”
Truth and love
Related blog post: Dez Bryant, love and responsibility
Related blog post: Open heart | The Homeless Blogger
Related podcast: Exonerating Meghan
Related article: Army Hits Back Against False Claim that Soldiers Died in CIA Op to Nab Election Servers | Military.com
Music: The Beatles, “All you need is love”