Buddhist

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First, don’t get me wrong- my intention of writing this blog is not to denigrate Theravada Buddhism in anyway. In fact, I respect and appreciate the wonderful teachings in the Pali canon because there are tonnes of practical wisdom to be applied in daily life. I always believe that the diversity of different Buddhist sects, […]
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In loving memory of Connie Smith Siegel, amazing pastel artist, color theory teacher/author, dance partner, and partier extraordinaire. The other day when I asked a friend how she was doing, she mentioned being occasionally depressed, and she seemed ashamed of it. Why? Given current causes and conditions, who would not be occasionally depressed? What kind […]

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I am teaching through Isaiah in my adult Sunday school class. History nerd that I am, I perked up in chapters 60 and 61 when the English Standard Version (and other modern translations) repeatedly uses the phrase “the wealth of the nations.” I immediately guessed that this phrase was the origin of Adam Smith’s classic […]

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I am teaching through Isaiah in my adult Sunday school class. History nerd that I am, I perked up in chapters 60 and 61 when the English Standard Version (and other modern translations) repeatedly uses the phrase “the wealth of the nations.” I immediately guessed that this phrase was the origin of Adam Smith’s classic […]

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Have you seen the bumper sticker that says, “We’re spending our children’s inheritance”? Parents committed to Scripture should change that slogan to: “Our children are our inheritance” (see Psalm 127:3 KJV). This applies equally to grandparenting. We receive grandchildren from the Lord as an inheritance, and we give them back to our family, church, and […]

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