Philosophy

Philosophy

Moving Past the Limitation of Sin

We feel lost when, we are so focused on finding the "right" path, that we can't see the opportunities that surround us. We encourage freedom of imagination in our kids because we don't want them to get locked into the sin of bad habits. We entreat each other to...

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Identity Trumps Decency

America's most powerful social product may very well be that of the politicized identity. Pick a label, shove the entirety of a person into it, then use this narrow caricature to condemn,  belittle, dismiss, celebrate and worship, depending on whether you like or...

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The Insidious Lure of Dogmatism

“Alice laughed. 'There's no use trying,' she said. 'One can't believe impossible things.' I daresay you haven't had much practice,' said the Queen. 'When I was your age, I always did it for half-an-hour a day. Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible...

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Our Journeys of Chance

The lucky-save is a classic story, that event awash with emotional weight, in which the person survived by the merest, slightest, of chances. Were a microphone to be present at the time, the likely most common phrase after would be "Whoa! That was lucky!" though...

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Musings of a Connected Life

Whether sitting down for coffee, watching a form of media or engaging in an online discussion, a connected life is being felt and thought about in quite different ways. My perspective of the world is both inevitable and a limitation. There are innumerable other...