Monthly Archives: May 2015

Separating the wheat from the chaff to live a life born of motivation and drawn by purpose…

I very much agree with this observation by Kierkegaard: “The most ludicrous of all ludicrous things, it seems to me, is to be busy in the world, to be a man who is brisk at his meals and brisk at … Continue reading

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The problem with too much reliance on and faith in ‘science’:

“It is inevitable that evil predominate everywhere where technology is either completely, or almost completely, sovereign.”  ― Simone Weil

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Dr. Taylor is onto something here:

“What was formerly sin is often now seen as sickness.” ― “What we have here is a shift in framework: certain human struggles, questions, issues, difficulties, problems are moved from a moral/spiritual to a therapeutic register.” ― “The denial of … Continue reading

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