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Becoming Wise Fools

Wisdom Becoming Wise Fools Friday, February 26, 2021 Those who will lead into the future will have some hard-won wisdom. We might call them the “holy fools.” By the holy fool I mean what the Bible and mythic literature have always presented as the “savior.” They are persons who are happily, but not naïvely, innocent… Continue Reading Becoming Wise Fools

A Further Journey

Order, Disorder, Reorder: Part One A Further Journey Friday, August 14, 2020 If we are granted this first stage of Order (and not all are), we feel innocent and safe. Everything is basically good, it all means something, and we feel a part of what looks normal and deserved. It is our “first naïveté.” Everything… Continue Reading A Further Journey

From Innocence to Knowledge

Order, Disorder, Reorder: Part One From Innocence to Knowledge Tuesday, August 11, 2020 Many Christians look to the Garden of Eden as the ultimate example of Order. While we can certainly mourn the suffering, it doesn’t do us any good to regret “the Fall.” It had to happen; failure is part of the deal! If… Continue Reading From Innocence to Knowledge

Entering the Dark Wood

Two Halves of Life: Week 1 Entering the Dark Wood Monday, June 13, 2016 The mystics of all the great religions, along with classic literature like Homer’s Odyssey, intuited that life was a journey involving completion of a first half and transition to a second half, sometimes called “a further journey.” Yet most of us… Continue Reading Entering the Dark Wood

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