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Maslow KNEW I needed you readers!

Call it what you want. the pinnacle altitude on Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, or the Coach seat in Dante’s Inferno.

After I read C.S. 170 more words


Heaven and Hell - Literally: The Great Divorce #5

I could spend weeks reflecting on Chapter 5.

I felt a sting as I read and reread a conversation between two members of the clergy. Two men who gave their lives to the consideration of biblical things, though never submitting to biblical truth. 1,023 more words


Getting Personal: The Great Divorce #4

jocund: (adj.) cheerful and lighthearted

I am quite skilled at personal conversation. Not the kind of conversation you’re imagining, though. I’m talking about the conversations that replay perpetually in my head, but never actually happen in real life. 770 more words


Freedom and Danger: The Great Divorce #3

vituperation: (n.) bitter and abusive language

I had to start there, because words are fun, and that one was not in my current collection.

Finally, the bus arrives… 718 more words


The Great Divorce - Lesson Nine – Chapter 12 – 14 The end.

Lesson Nine – Chapter 12 – 14 The end.

The Great Divorce by C. S. Lewis

As we come to the end of this study I wanted to quote from the C.S. 919 more words

The Great Divorce

Everything I Ever Needed to Know, I Learned on the Bus: The Great Divorce #2

One of my favorite aspects of The Great Divorce is the fact that the Writer isn’t entirely sure what’s going on, or at the very least he doesn’t let on what he does & doesn’t know as the book unfolds. 840 more words


The Queue: The Great Divorce #1

Books capture me when they capture my experience. The first few pages of a book are often enough for me to know whether or not I care to continue. 1,061 more words

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