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Thirst

Hunger and Thirst for Righteousness

Breathing Heaven’s Air

I have a friend who has cancer. He has a brain tumour, and it was removed but has been growing back again. He is in the midst of all the potential cures: radiation, hormone therapy, chemotherapy, dietary changes, and prayer, lots of prayer. People across the country are praying for – oh let’s call him…

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No Turning Back

How did we get to the point where one political leader chooses to take over another country against the will of the people of that country and the rest of the world must look on? We have seen this before and it has led to war on a large scale. We have seen it in…

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Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner

This week, I watched a movie I had not seen in 54 years. I first saw Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner in 1967 when my mother took me to see it in a small theatre in Stettler, Alberta. Even at the young age of seven, I was able to understand the movie at some level.…

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Consciousness, the missing pieces

The latest edition of Science News has a review of the book, Feeling and Knowing by Antonio Damasio. I have not yet read the book, but the review offers several interesting quotes and concepts that intrigue me, and I expect will intrigue many others. There are a few hints at a definition of a concept…

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Addendum to Tesla and FSD-Beta

This morning as my car crunched and squeaked over a bank of snow at the edge of our garage, my mind considered the implications of the temperature at -24°C with a small wind chill making it feel like -36°C. There was an uneven layer of crushed snow on the hill that I had to navigate…

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