All Blog Posts Tagged 'humility' (3)

what if?

Is it all right to do nothing with you life? Simple question. What harm would come if you simply woke up in the morning and went to work then came home at night and enjoyed yourself? Working, of course, is an essential aspect of living. If you want to have a place to come home to that is your own, where you can be alone, then you have to work to make the money necessary to sustain you own life. You may not want to, you may find ways of getting around working. But experience has taught me…

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Added by Philip Jarrett on November 30, 2012 at 3:05am — 2 Comments

Dear God: I'm So Glad You Love Me More Than Others



As a resident of the Pacific Northwest, and occasional visitor to what is left of Mount St. Helens after the big blast in 1980, I was very interested to watch two specials that aired Tuesday night on Oregon Public Broadcasting.

The first was a very interesting look at how life has returned to much of the blast zone, a return that defied the expectations of scientists in the speed with which it happened. Which is not to…

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Added by feralboy12 on May 19, 2010 at 4:26pm — 1 Comment

Christian Humility in a Catholic Song

Crazy me. Though atheist I may be, I like to sing Catholic songs on the weekend. It drives my family crazy because they suck. But that's kinda why I like them so much! I remember back in the day when we were finally allowed to sing the Protestant hymn "Amazing Grace" we shouted a great "Hallelujah." Actually it was sort of a whispered, "It's about time."



Anyhoo.



Any former Catholics remember the song "We are the Light of the World" by Jean Greif ? (I have to give the person… Continue

Added by Turtle Poser on February 12, 2010 at 11:23pm — 6 Comments

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