Facing Chaos: The Most Ignored Imbroglio

Yes, the most ignored imbroglio is often the troubles within our own heart. It is easier, safer, and more comfortable to pass judgment on others. This makes us feel spiritual, wise, superior, and accomplished. Yet this approach completely ignores the areas of chaos in our own lives, and the temporary...

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Facing Chaos: The Beauty of Mystery

So what about when we face big problems? Are we simply to be amazed at the grandiose way in which our world messes up? Are we to be impressed because not only did we fail, but we failed with flair? Well, maybe…but I would suggest a better perspective. Even in...

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Choosing Words of Condemnation or Words of Life

I watched a live stream from Ottawa this weekend, to see an “on the ground” perspective about the freedom convoy protests. As the video showed a line of police officers dressed in riot gear, I saw a woman standing with the aid of her walker, speaking in the direction of...

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