A Look at the End

I imagine that if you saw your life from the end instead of the beginning (as we are all used to), then things would probably change. Having seen where your career or job had taken you, I expect you would strongly fight against the tide that is the rat race. Having seen your children as […]

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Snowed In

I’m not sure about where you live, but right now, we have snow…lot’s of it. And when it snows where I live it kind of imposes itself on you; it breaks into your routine whether you like it or not; because the fact is, if you want to go anywhere, you have to get rid […]

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Here’s To Waking Up Early

I have yet again performed the successful feat of waking up at an ungodly hour, and it seems that my body would prefer it this way. For I am not only more awake when I let my internal clock do its own thing, but I am much more productive, doing far more than others around […]

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Take the Food Out of Your Hair

Today my son had his first haircut, which is good, because no matter how often we bathed him, he looked like he was hoarding food for the next economic collapse. And now that it is over, he has matured beyond his years in both presentation and respectability. But before that; during the haircut, you would […]

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Inculturation and Evangelization

If there ever was a self help group worth analyzing it may just be the one attended by Catholics who fear themselves. And not just their abilities, not their mutant powers or evolving humanity, but their own personalities. You see, there is a fear which has grown up in our time that is currently stifling […]

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Obsessed with Circles

Of all the shapes it is quite fascinating that we have become enamored with the circle. As if the points on all others were somehow less than divine, many faiths have seen in its roundness the perfect image for this doctrine or that. And while it would be wrong of me to pick on the […]

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