“At day’s first light have in readiness, against disinclination to leave your bed, the thought that ‘I am rising for…
Advice from an 18th century Lord.
Finding fulfillment in one’s work week.
We are all formed by stories.
“You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.” ~C.S. Lewis
A few tricks in the trade of face-to-face talk.
The Fall is like an astigmatism, distorting our view of reality, of God.
Daniel Kishi: Many weeds to pull, many sins to confess.
A poem: “The Book of Life is being overwritten with the history of the world.”
We need to condemn what is outrageously wrong, but condemnation alone won’t create the good we desire.
Tennyson’s words didn’t mean what your Facebook memes suggest they mean.
Use this day to thank somebody who’s alive and not wearing a uniform.
Art doesn’t have to end when you have children. It just needs to become a regular appointment.
We’re pressured to “think big,” but that intimidates many of us into making nothing. It’s time to think personally instead.
Why I read ancient Egyptian love poems