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Nightmares Dissipate in the Light of Dawn

The intellect is a very ill-equipped master. It is incapable of doing it well because it wasn’t designed for that. One of the blessings of the heart ruling over the mind is that the mind can then relax and consider … Continue reading

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Unchained Vision, Epilogue

I presented this series asking you to bounce it off your own heart of conviction. It means nothing if you can’t embrace it as your own. The only evidence to support my message is what you find in your own … Continue reading

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Blinders Firmly Strapped in Place

In light of the Muslim invasion of Europe, and all of the nasty fallout from it, I keep running across Western analysis that suggests the single biggest problem is that tribal folks aren’t altruistic the way Westerners are. This is, … Continue reading

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Mind Forts Founded on Sand

Here at Kiln of the Soul, we tend to operate on three levels simultaneously. At the highest level, of course, is the Spirit Realm. We address it in parables, but it boils down to acknowledging God as God. He is … Continue reading

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Nothing Personal, But It’s Personal

There is nothing particularly virtuous, nor sinful, about activism. Start with holy cynicism and not taking yourself too seriously. If activism is simply a part of your personal character, then be activist. Do it because it’s essential to who you … Continue reading

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Behind the Scenes

Photographers know that sometimes the beauty is the whole scene, and sometimes it is some small portion hidden in the middle of a lot of clutter. I don’t choose the images; they call to me and I shoot. It speaks … Continue reading

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The Courier 09

Franklin waited with a blank face until the man was out of earshot. “Bess, what are their flight plans for the rest of their day?” She responded with a list that included the location of a key field commander who … Continue reading

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