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Wonderful Wonder!

Wisdom begins in wonder. – Socrates  I love the word, “wonder;” it sounds so melodious. According to Merriam-Webster, wonder means “rapt attention or astonishment at something awesomely mysterious or new to one’s experience.” Beautiful. The definition alone feeds the soul. … Continue reading

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A Duty to Love?

“I know of only one duty, and that is to love.” – Albert Camus What an interesting concept: A duty to love. Leave it Camus to position it that way. But it speaks volumes about the importance of love, even … Continue reading

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Ask Yourself

What kind of a world do I want to live in? Easy! A world where people really are equal regardless of gender, race, sexual orientation, education, age, or any other discernable difference. A world where all of our differences are … Continue reading

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We Need Heart!

As humans, we usually lead with our minds.  We value logical, reasoned, well thought out approaches to any issue we address.   Phrases like, “the smart choice,” or “the wisest course of action” pepper our language.  And this is not surprising, … Continue reading

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One Obvious Fact: We Are Nature

It may seem silly, but choosing nature’s way is, well, a natural.  Our physical being is part of nature; we are made from the same substances, molecules, and minerals as everything else in nature.  We are nature.  To dismiss nature … Continue reading

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Wonderful Wonder!

I love the word, “wonder;” it sounds so melodious.  According to Merriam-Webster, wonder means “rapt attention or astonishment at something awesomely mysterious or new to one’s experience.”  How cool!  That definition alone creates wonder. I also love experiencing wonder – … Continue reading

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We Need Heart!

As humans, we usually lead with our minds.  We value logical, reasoned, well thought out approaches to any issue we address.   Phrases like, “the smart choice,” or “the wisest course of action” pepper our language.  And this is not surprising, … Continue reading

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