Tag Archive: humanity

Song of Exiles: A Reflection on the New York City Draft Riots of 1863

“It will be a song that makes all hearts one, and makes all eyes see kinship in the eyes of others…”

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Christmas in Cokeworth: A Harry Potter Fan-Fiction Saga – Chapter 4: Grown-Up Christmas List

“’There was an old box of records I found in the attic. Did you…want to keep them or…?’”

An Ordinary Christmas: Reflections on the Gospel of Luke’s Nativity Narrative

“One of the things that strikes me most about Luke’s account of the birth of Christ, and events surrounding it, are the ordinary aspects of the story…”

The Song of White Swan Flying

“From beyond the clouds, Grandfather sky calls out my name, ‘Take heart, my son, our time has passed, but it will come again…'”

Solo Flight: Finding Inspiration in the Airport

“It can be hard to see outside of ourselves, especially in world that is constantly telling us to do the opposite, but maybe sometimes all we need is a reminder…”

For the 50th Anniversary of Star Trek: A Spiritual Reflection

“Enterprise, what a God-haunted mission you are on…”

Storytelling: A Ritual of Change

“For me, I suppose, storytelling is quite similar to ritual. I expect, in a great story, for there to be something that stirs in me a sense of change- no matter how small or seemingly insignificant…”

The Price of a Soul: Musings on the Moral Beauty of “Les Miserables”

Enjoy this insightfully, spiritually in-tune review of the moral beauty of the motion picture “Les Miserables.”