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May 20, 2020

On Mood and Hungry Bears

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To address the problems or difficulties of one’s own moods is not about figuring out ways to control others, even if we think our negative moods are triggered by others from time to time.

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April 21, 2020

What If a Bear Comes

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Doubt is the enemy of faith. Doubt predicts failure. Doubt suggests negative outcomes. Doubt calls on logic and experience to destroy faith. Doubt is the handmaiden of paralysis – every move we make stands on faith.

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December 30, 2019

Incarnation, Invocation, and Neural Pathways

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When asked “who are you?” a child will answer by saying his or her name. A name, typically given by parents, is the first invocation of something that cannot be seen, quantified, or owned: the soul. But confronted with that question later in life...

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