As you enter the house, greet it. If the house is worthy, let your peace come upon it…. —¬†Matthew 10:12-13. I bet you have friends who when they visit your home a sense of calm sets in. Then again, you probably have friend who brings chaos and madness with every visit. I’d like to be…

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The first thing to learn in intercourse with others is non-interference with their own peculiar ways of being happy, provided those ways do not assume to interfere by violence with ours. No one has insight into all the ideals. No one should presume to judge them off-hand. The pretension to dogmatize about them in each…

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Blindness isn’t believing in the essential goodness of people, but in failing to see it. — Louise Penny. We had a terrible fire in Charlotte. An apartment building under construction caught on fire, two men were killed, but many more were saved thanks to the heroic efforts of Charlotte firemen and others. Like in other…

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This weekend I read an article about the paradox of free will. I didn’t know such paradox existed so I did a little research and discovered: “The paradox of free will is a philosophical problem that has been debated for centuries. It arises from the apparent incompatibility of two seemingly contradictory propositions: Humans have free…

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I got another “spare part” yesterday. The first of two cataract surgeries. I am seeing much better today and look forward to the second part being installed in two weeks. I am very fortunate to receive new parts just when my old part is on its last leg. I’ve also received an abundance of good…

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