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When I look at mankind I see the creativity of God, tampered with man’s desiderative acquiescence so hideous you wonder whether this was what our perfect God, once upon six thousand years ago, did mess His holy hands to bring into existence. 2,205 more words

Christian Doctrine

Joy, Suffering, and Barbecues

The sun gleams outside, gently caressing my skin with it’s inviting warmth. Wind combs through my hair. I close my eyes and breath in the inviting smell of meat sizzling on a grill closeby. 744 more words


In Memoriam

This post was originally published last year on Memorial Day.

Today is Memorial Day in The United States of America. This holiday is a day for formally remembering the men and women who died, while serving in the armed forces. 876 more words


Doing What You Love

For those of you who don’t know, a few days before my birthday at the end of 2013, I was in a pretty bad motorcycle accident. 695 more words



At the end of his letter for James Harmon’s published collection of letters, Take My Advice: Letters to the Next Generation from People Who Know a Thing or Two, Joe Dallesandro leaves the reader with one final piece of advice, “If you have to be beautiful, then do beautiful things for someone other than yourself.” This quote shows an idea of personal sacrifice, a way of looking deep within ourselves, and thoughtfulness for others. 269 more words

James Harmon - Take My Advice

Vayikra Twenty-One: Kohanim and Disabilities

This chapter opens up with a list of rules specific to the kohanim. The kohanim are not allowed to come into contact with the dead, because this defiles them, with the only exceptions being their parents, children, brothers, and virgin sisters. 455 more words