Monthly Archives: November 2014

Fictitious Prince or Non Fictitious King?

No matter how we think of ourselves or others, I think it is safe to say, “prince charming” does not exist in the real world. While this post may seem one sided, directed toward women because of the whole prince … Continue reading

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Give Thanks

A Day of Thanks, A Life of Thankfulness Today is Thanksgiving, and  even though the capitalistic interpretation of Christmas tries to overshadow this holiday, nothing can change the fact that it is my favorite.Thanksgiving, in its most fundamental incarnation, is … Continue reading

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A Convenient Truth

My Present Reality The holidays are tough, but no matter how hard they try to beat me, I will not be beaten. The hopelessness we feel in the moment, means nothing when we hold onto, the hope we know we have … Continue reading

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C.S. Lewis: Mere Man, Not So Mere Christian

“No, Digory. Men like me, who possess hidden wisdom, are freed from common rules just as we are cut off from common pleasures. Ours, my boy, is a high and lonely destiny.” -C.S. Lewis, The Magicians Nephew It was almost … Continue reading

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Theology and Sherlock Holmes: A Case of Inner Not Outer

From A Sign of Four Watson: “What a very attractive woman!” I exclaimed, turning to my companion. He had lit his pipe again and was leaning back with drooping eyelids. “Is she?” he said languidly; “I did not observe.” Watson: … Continue reading

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