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  • I still wish for an America that matches the marketing material.

    Speaker: Dan Carlin
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    Posted: 22 Apr 2019 at 7:30 AM
    Posted By: Puck
  • The measure of the man should not be taken when he enters the door but rather when he leaves.

    Source: BYU Religious Studies; Sidney R. Sandstrom, "Nocodemus: Coward or Convert?" Religious Educator 9, no. 3 (2008): 49–62.
    Rating:
    1 (1 vote)
    Posted: 21 Feb 2019 at 11:47 AM
    Posted By: MindMeldMom
    Tags: judgment
  • ... a prism [is] a metaphor for God’s Light beaming on the whole of humanity which refracts and disperses God’s Truth and reality in all of God’s different colors and angles. Thus, depending on where we stand we discern God’s Light from different angles and see God in different shades of color. Therefore it takes all of humanity and the array of the great religious traditions to see the totality of God’s Light. God, indeed, is too big to understand until we combine God’s Truth through our colorful array of different religious traditions. We might say that it takes a whole village to see who God is.

    Rating:
    1 (1 vote)
    Posted: 14 Mar 2017 at 12:36 PM
    Posted By: MindMeldMom
    Shared By: 3 members; winswmlik, sdressfancy, MindMeldMom