Tag: meaning

The relentless pursuit of Joy

We have the right to life and liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Happiness in and of itself is not a right, it’s a lifelong pursuit. Yet it seems so evasive. We think we got it and it slips through our hands. It’s

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Flash of a scabby fish knife

This was written by Calvin Seerveld, the uncle of my best friend. It’s a reminder to me of the power of small acts and the significance of work no matter how mundane. Heck, washing the dishes can be a sacred

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Like Rip Van Winkle Waking Up

In an essay entitled, “The Man on the Train”, Walker Percy recounts the life of a man very much in control. He gets up at the same time every morning, eats the same breakfast, goes to work taking the same

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