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What is justice? How did things get to be the way they are? Where do we go from here? Community and individuality, civilization and law, politics and tradition, reason and science, ritual and freedom, mercy and making a difference -- these are the issues that will determine our future.
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Tag Archives: wisdom
Reasons Why I Will NOT Be Replying to Your Argument
This is hilarious — and so true! It’s just too good to keep it to myself. Reasons Why I Will NOT Be Replying to Your Argument
Posted in Politics, Rants and Raves, reblogged Tagged arguments, discussion, Humor, logic, reason, wisdom 1 Comment
The Values of Saint Thomas West
The Values of Saint Thomas West In September of this year, we traveled to Nashville so that my wife could have heart surgery at St. Thomas West hospital. While the experience is NOT one I would wish on anyone, if … Continue reading
Posted in Doing Good Works, General Sharing Tagged creativity, dedication, doing good, hospital, integrity, Nashville, reverence, service of the poor, St Thomas West, Tennessee, values, wisdom 4 Comments
Facts to Meaning to Action
As you get older, you realize that details always matter — just different ones. For instance, I now care less about opinions and more about facts. Of course, wisdom is the application of a proper understanding of what the facts … Continue reading
Posted in General Sharing Tagged action, anthony robbins, events, facts, faith, wisdom Leave a comment