Tag Archives: C.S. Lewis

No Guarantees: Sleep and Toddlers

My darling girls do not always believe in sleep. Weirdly, I like reading on the spiritual disciplines, and recently, a reoccurring theme that I have noted is the importance of sleep. It’s essential as a base line from which to … Continue reading

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Darkness and Joy: School Book Choices?

Gatsby, The Giver, Romeo and Juliet… All pretty depressing, except the last one which is in fact hilarious. I’ve always wondered who selects the curriculum for high school / middle school reading, and quietly, I’ve wanted to flog them. Some … Continue reading

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Following God – Delight, Thanksgiving, and Peace

Following the footsteps of Christ is the greatest place for a human being to flourish. Christ is the center of enjoyment, of true delight and peace. Most of us inside and outside the Christian faith see Christianity as vacillating between … Continue reading

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Hari: Loosing a Puppy

We bought him when I was just a sophomore in High School. He was a $50 half breed chocolate lab and weimaraner pup with all his shots. Scrawny as he was he liked to play with me, and we took … Continue reading

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