Tag Archives: Happiness

Adoption and Identity: A Different Type of Purity

See what love the Father has given us, that we should be called children of God; and that is what we are. The reason the world does not know us is that it did not know him. Beloved, we are … Continue reading

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Slow Progression

Back in October I sat and watched the water carve small particles of rock away from the rim from which it poured. Down beneath the water crashed into the chunks of rock that had fallen before. It’s just like working out … Continue reading

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Happy New Year! A New Year Benediction to Kick it All Off!

This portrait reminds me of the creation of Adam on the Sistine Chapel, there is something of raw innocence that even Michelangelo cannot capture in his painting in this simple shot. I’m using it to inspire a new years blessing, … Continue reading

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Peace that Surpasses All Understanding

Do you want to be happy? Yes? Let go of all the conflicting attachments and drives that you have and be happy. Then you can pick them back up from another perspective. Anthony de Mello gave a presentation a few … Continue reading

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Happiness is a Truth – What does it take?

The Washington Post recently posted an article on the relative happiness of different cities across the country. While in our part of the world it is an odd thing to see Lubbock listed as relatively happy and Abilene as unhappy, … Continue reading

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