Tag Archives: God

the ultimate recycler

  This week, as often happens in the Autumn season… …my thoughts turn to recycling. After all, when I step outside my door, I can see a prime example of recycling… …as leaves return to the very earth that nourishes … Continue reading

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Picturing God

  If you want to know what God looks like… …perhaps you should ask a six-year old. Consider this story: A grade school teacher approaches a student working intently in the back of the room. This small girl usually isn’t … Continue reading

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Secretly Silently Sane

  Though the poem below is of my own creation… …I still like it. I like it because it not only speaks of an ideal state of being… …it tells us how to realize that ideal. I believe this ideal … Continue reading

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Questioning the God Question

  Why bother asking, “Do you believe in God?” First of all, the question is incomplete and that leads to incomplete answers… So often we’ll place someone into one of three groups—believer, atheist, or agnostic—then go no further… …though there’s so … Continue reading

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Continue to Continue

God is dead; long live God. If that statement seems contradictory… …then consider this story of Auschwitz, found in Karen Armstrong’s A Case for God: “Even in the camps, some of the inmates continued to study the Torah and to … Continue reading

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