I went to bed last night thinking about how much my dislike for some preachers has grown. I can’t stand some of the conservative ones who speak with as many fallacies as they have sentences. On the other side of the spectrum, I gotta get rid of so much fluff to get something decent. It’s… Read More Do I Want to Talk About This?
A few days ago after waking up, someone asked if I’d heard about the shooting. I did not know what they were talking about and dismissed it thinking they were referring to one of the other incidents that have happened recently. “No, this one was yesterday,” the person insisted. “It was in a church, I think.” I… Read More Forgiveness in Charleston
More than two years ago, I wrote the following post (I’ve translated it below). I still feel like that, although I haven’t had the same experience in a while. Maybe it will happen again. I need to recharge. May 11, 2013 Approximately a month ago, I had one of those days in which nothing turns… Read More The Lord is my shepherd, I lack nothing
The Merriam-Webster‘s dictionary defines the word “poor” as “not having enough money for the basic things that people need to live properly.” The dictionary offers three other definitions that are also useful, but this one end with “properly.” This word implies certain relativism in our discussion of poverty. Moreover, the cited definition does represent what I’d… Read More The Poor and Us . . .