“The truest religion is the full spectrum of living colour.” “Fundamentalism at least in its extreme form is the most vocal and indeed violent form of belief, precisely because it is the weakest, least secure and least mature. It shouts and fights to defend its viewpoints because it must; for to accept that it might … Continue reading
When my kids were growing up, Mr. Rogers was a nice guy on TV. I enjoyed the times we watched his show, because it didn’t grate on my nerves like some of them. It is only recently that I have begun to encounter further insight to who he was as a person. (Usually I don’t want … Continue reading
“I guess … I can’t imagine a God who is big enough to keep everything running, and who promises it will turn out good, being out maneuvered. So … that presence is there even in the people who don’t have … an obvious light. How can I say it … it drips through even the … Continue reading
When we try to categorize, there is always something that does not fit the box, and it then exposes the fact that the case cannot be generalized as we once thought. This does not mean we cannot categorize; it means that we have to admit that it’s not the whole of knowledge. via But Some … Continue reading
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Escaping and surviving abusive relationships
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a reblogged gallery of treasured thoughts
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