Category Archives: How We Think

We do not live in the present

We are told to live in the present.  We must be a good parent today, we must manage money well today, we are to exercise today, we are to enjoy today, we are to enjoy this meal at this moment. … Continue reading

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Rudolph and value

On this, the 50th anniversary of the modern classic “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer”, I dutifully record this year’s showing.  It is a wonderful story as each character finds their own value.  Rudolph has value as he guides the sleigh, … Continue reading

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How we think: Mystery of the details

Initial paragraph from an earlier post, adding the mystery of the details. The human mind cannot begin to comprehend the vastness of space.   Any attempt to describe the vastness quickly collapses when faced with the limits of our mind.  Each … Continue reading

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How we think: Value of Spec of Dust

Not only are we but a spec of dust, but all life from the smallest bacteria, to the insects, to the animals are also specs of dust.   All life has value.  We often consider that the value of animals derive … Continue reading

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How we think: Value comes from our creation

We are but a spec of dust which only exists in one moment in the progression of time. In our present time, on our spec of dust called Earth, we are but one spec of dust among a population of over seven billion … Continue reading

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How we think: Not even a spec of dust

The human mind cannot begin to comprehend the vastness of space.   Any attempt to describe the vastness quickly collapses when faced with the limits of our mind.  Each of us is nothing but a piece of dust on this … Continue reading

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How we think: Beginning and End

The religion of Christianity is a progression, it has a beginning and an end. Christianity is not cyclical, and it not about a circle of life. It has a beginning and an end in two ways. First, the Triune God … Continue reading

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