I appreciate truly all of you who contributed your own knowledge and ideas to my 3 questions about Christianity, I enjoyed your answers and respect every one of you for boldly sharing of your hearts, minds, and souls. I’ll leave that thread open for anyone who wants to offer further thoughts. My conversation with Deacon …

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It’s never too late to change course. We might think our circumstances compel us to follow some unchangeable path but as Ralph Waldo Emerson astutely observes, we have choice in our self defining actions. If we find we don’t like the people we’ve become or see ourselves becoming, these states don’t have to be our …

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Wisdom for the day: April 27, 2020 Humility is a desirable trait in a person. We can be confident in our abilities and take care of our wants and needs while also being others focused. One might presume thinking of oneself less would detract from one’s happiness and contentment because it would reduce the time …

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Wisdom for the day: April 26, 2020 “We are shaped by our thoughts; we become what we think. When the mind is pure, joy follows like a shadow that never leaves.” -Buddah We can’t control what thoughts pop into our heads throughout the day, we can however choose what thoughts we give credence to, the thoughts we identify with and grant power. This …

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Wisdom for the day: April 25, 2020 We all have complaints about one thing or another in our lives. Some we can create change of and others not. Many of us wish we were taller, or perhaps shorter, but this is probably something we cannot change, at least until science figures out how to shrink …

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Be sure you put your feet in the right, then stand firm. -Abraham Lincoln In many facets of our lives, in our ways of being, we may not have ideal concepts, opinions, and beliefs in our way of operating or the example we set for others. Considering we may not be aware of our misguidedness …

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Ok, so I’m going to state here all of my questions about Christianity. I’m always open for dialogue, I like to hear responses from Christians as to their thoughts regarding these questions. Question 1: The Christian religion portends God knows past, present, and future, and only a select group of people will go to heaven. …

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