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Tag Archives: social mythology
Let’s do a little biblical analysis. Take a look at how heart-led wisdom can affect how you view things, in the sense that you aren’t restricted by mere logic. An article on Zero Hedge talks about how The Sharing Economy … Continue reading →
Courtship leading to marriage is a badly broken model. In a fully developed parallel society of heart-led awareness, there would be no courtship. Marriages would be arranged by heart-led elders, the people who know the couple best. Granted, the arrangements … Continue reading →
Feminists make such terrible mothers because they don’t recognize God’s boundaries. They insist they must mother and smother every human on earth, and never ever let go. Without their divine guidance, the whole world would end very quickly. They are … Continue reading →
Do you understand that heart-led faith puts us far, far outside the mainstream? Mainstream wisdom may well overlap at times, but heart-led truth is a wholly different approach to life. While in some contexts our reticence is appropriate, keeping almost … Continue reading →
The fruit is not yet ripe for America’s crisis. I’m reaching for transparency. Bluntly: You deserve a chance to discount my narrative if it doesn’t apply to you. Your heart rules best when your mind is clear, so I want … Continue reading →
If you go by the news reports, you would think that a fresh wave of madness has spread across the US. But it is only confirmed by the reporting of local events. Indeed, right here in my own neighborhood it … Continue reading →
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 →