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We think we understand. But do we? I suspect the main sound heard at the entrance to heaven is not the fluttering of angel’s wings, but the slapping of foreheads, accompanied by startled “Ohhh”s! “How great is God–beyond our understanding!” … Continue reading

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Knowledge is like a Potluck Dinner Avoid the store bought stuff Go back for seconds on the good stuff And get the recipe for the best stuff!

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Know Thyself

Jung was right. If we don’t understand our own unconscious impulses, we are slaves to them. But that doesn’t mean constant self-focus (“what do I feel, what do I think, what do I want?”). True self-knowledge comes from beyond ourselves. … Continue reading

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Fool’s Odyssey 24

To read Fool’s Odyssey from the beginning, click here. Chapter Seven: Good Friday Previously: Back home in L.A., yet feeling as though he had no home, The Fool finally left the airport. ↔ I could see all the way to the … Continue reading

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