Being Blog: Strange Is American Religion, Stranger... →
beingblog: by Tom Moore, guest contributor photo: Helen Sotiriadis/Flickr, CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 “Where did you read the Bible?” she asked. My friend Karin used to teach religion in a Swedish public elementary school, which is why her question made so much sense to her but so little sense to me.
Think for a moment
Young man What do you feel when you look at my daughter? “Oh My God, how/why do I have HER in my life?” “She’s utterly beautiful…she’s intelligent, kind, cynical, naive, independent, supportive, fragile, steely, unforgiving, receptive, loyal, compassionate, naïve, devoted, lighthearted, sarcastic, considerate, , ,” This is what I think when I look at her —minus the lust I don’t...
Our Childish Ways: An Emperor with No Clothes →
childishways: Responsibility. Now there’s a word. A blast from the past. A word our grandparents used and lived by and raised children by. It’s not a particularly popular word in our culture today. We like words like because, or reason, or explanation. Because or reason or explanation make the…