Thinking noble thoughts.

I confess. I’m no fan of pedestals. (Except for the pedestal sink we’re thinking about) When we make celebrities of humans, we create expectations for them and in them that are inhumane. And in the absence of boundaries, humans do not thrive. Self-destruction stories fill our news feed and feed our gossip. Depending on the […]

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Thinking about true with Jesus.

So how would Jesus invite us to think about what is true? Intriguing, he told parables, which are not measurably true, to help his followers and enemies understand the truth that he was speaking. Perhaps when we are so focused on facts as the only measure of what is true, we may be missing what […]

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Consider these things.

We think about using our time better. We think about unfollowing or unfriending people. We complain about what people are saying, what the media are saying, the noise that is coming into our hearts and our minds, and the tension that seeps into our bodies and souls. Paul talks about spending some of that time […]

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Fridays are for fragments. And questions.

I have a a stack of black, square-ruled, 5.5 x 8.25, Moleskine notebooks. My last one was orange and ran out about a year ago. Or better, I became unreliable. I’ve used several other notebooks that were cheaper. And less suited to my way of working apparently. I recently came back home. I may start […]

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