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Book Review: The Creative Habit

The Creative Habit:  Learn It And Use It For Life, by Twila Tharp Although I consider myself a generally creative person, especially when it comes to the written word, I have long found it useful to read about what others … Continue reading

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Album Review: The 80’s: Taylor Dayne

The 80’s:  Taylor Dane, by Taylor Dayne Admittedly, when I think of the obscure and unjustly neglected acts of the 1980’s, I have not always been quick to give the proper credit to Taylor Dayne.  Although the production of many … Continue reading

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Voulez-Vous Danser Avec Moi Ce Soir

As someone who has read more than my fair share of books by Theonomists, especially at an earlier period of life before starting this blog, I am struck by how they deal with Genesis 4.  When God confronted Cain about … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts On The 2016 Preteen Camp At Camp Arrah Wanna

It had been some time, before this week, that I had gone to a Church camp in any capacity.  More than half a lifetime ago, in fact.  I was 17 and attending camp in the north of England near Coniston … Continue reading

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Giving Seed To The Sower, And Bread To The Hungry Till They Thrive

This is one of those days where I am faced with a bit of a dilemma. On the one hand, I had a very exciting and full day, with much to write about and a mind too active to sleep … Continue reading

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Why Aren’t They In The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame: Depeche Mode

If your music had sold more than 100 million records according to your label, which would make you among the best-selling bands of all time [1], if magazines like Q Magazine had said you were among 50 bands that changed … Continue reading

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You Already Know

In many ways, and not necessarily good ones, today was both predictable and a bit uncomfortable, as well as unpleasant in some respects and enjoyable in others. Usually I try to protect the guilty and the innocent, but on a … Continue reading

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I Hope You Dance

In many ways, my life resembles a Jane Austen novel. This is not necessarily a bad thing, as I am quite fond of Jane Austen novels and they all tend to end at least nominally happily for the main characters. … Continue reading

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Hey Brother

As a moderate fan of dance music, it is always striking when a song that seems to be written for dance halls and discoteques also has enough meaning to listen to on the radio with some degree of depth and … Continue reading

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Book Review: Mirror Dance

Mirror Dance, by Lois McMaster Bujold In theory, a mirror dance should be an immensely simple matter. All one has to do is mimic the moves of one’s partner, subtly influencing and reading responses in an elegant metaphor for the … Continue reading

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