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Book Review: Life Lessons Learned While Shopping

Life Lessons Learned While Shopping, by Amanda Ford Like many books, this one is aimed at women, because the author appears to assume that only women would be interested in books dealing with the mentality of shopping. And to be … Continue reading

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Quam Quidem Imitationem De Deo

How much in our creative endeavors do we end up imitating God? One of the most notable aspects of creation is that it allows us, in some form, to imitate God. This imitation allows us to understand at least in … Continue reading

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Nothing But A Number

This past week, Taylor Swift had a #1 album and single review with “Evermore” and “Willow,” respectively, making her the first person to have a song and album debut simultaneously at #1 twice in a single calendar year. Next week, … Continue reading

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An Excessive Love Of Novelty

One of the issues that are faced at present in the understanding of creativity is the confusion of creativity with innovation or with novelty. Given the immense popularity of books and other media that deal with innovation and given the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Spiritual Intelligence: The Art Of Thinking Like God

Spiritual Intelligence: The Art Of Thinking Like God, by Kris Vallotton [Note: This book was provided free of charge by Chosen Books in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.] There is one verse that … Continue reading

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That Ah-Ha Moment

One of the interesting aspects, at least as far as personal conversations went during the recent Feast of Tabernacles, was how quite a few of the people I was chatting with were still drawing lessons and insights ten years later … Continue reading

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At Some Point You Should Be Expected To Grow Up

I’m a Fleetwood Mac fan, and that has not always been an easy thing to be given the band’s self-destructive tendencies, which have continued long after the band members could have been expected to grow up and mellow out. Although … Continue reading

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Book Review: Engineers Of Victory

Engineers Of Victory: The Problem Solvers Who Turned The Tide In The Second World War, by Paul Kennedy This book is not only a history of World War II of a sort, but it is also the sort of book … Continue reading

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Storytellers

One of the most consistent aspects of life is that people enjoy telling their own story.  One of the characteristic issues of our lives is that we want to tell our stories but have few people to tell those stories … Continue reading

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The Levels Of Bardcore

Recently, for reasons I do not entirely understand but which may be related to my fondness for languages and history, I have found myself recently being suggested various music videos that are released under the genre of Bardcore.  I had … Continue reading

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