Monthly Archives: December 2007

Judging Others

This is one of Jesus’ most powerful teachings, but is very often misunderstood and made trivial.  I wanted to write an entry on what it means to judge someone, the consequences of judging one another, and the value of this … Continue reading

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Ideals, Interests, and Desires

I’ve spent the past few weeks thinking about ideals, interest, and desire.  What makes people interested in something?  Why do people like things, and not like others? Desire has always been a strange subject to me.  Why do we want … Continue reading

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Understanding Yourself

Probing deeply into my own mind, I finally came to understand why I oftentimes try to be “too perfect”, seemed to oftentimes lack “common sense”, and lacked the ability to improvise.

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