Monthly Archives: October 2016

To Understand Others with Depth, We Must See, but not Judge, and Leave the Judging to God

The following are my responses on Jay Bookman’s blog on October 13, 2016.  Link: ————————————– Karma is real, spiritually.  Thank God that someone was protecting this nation from taking the fall with Trump, and that it is simply the Republican … Continue reading

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Free Will Exists Because God Was Lonely

I had a metaphysical conversation with a young adult last evening.  I was trying to explain why God constructed a world in which faith, or belief in God, must be by free will and not mandated by God. God was … Continue reading

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Midnight Reflection on the Presidential Election of 2016

Here it is 1:30 a.m., and I am upstairs on this desktop computer taking a break from getting rid of most of my books (I’m that age now) so that the Goodwill-type of organization that is going to pick up … Continue reading

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