The Key to the Question “How Do You Measure Success?”

Image by Saraaaaahh No collection or arrangement of poetic words can capture the depths of pain and hurt that one experiences in a life which feels wasted. I have struggled with this myself. It is very easy to look at all of those around us, friends and family, and compare ourselves to them. It is a common American pastime. And It is the wellspring of our rat-race to see who can get the best job, nicest car, best toys, and hottest wife. For myself,... Read More

A Brief Encounter with Greed: The Precarious Nature of Flesh and Our Desire for It

Slamming the trunk of my wife’s car and examining the dents and damage of the bumper long fixed into the car’s body from years of use, my mind turned to my own car. This morning my wife generously volunteered to take my car to the shop for a much-needed door repair. I was already tired of the two days of trying to shimmy my large body through the passenger side, over the stick, and into the driver’s seat. My door is broken. But as I gathered... Read More

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