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The Elusive “Life Purpose” and What To Do About It.

Annie Dillard wrote the most concise summary of Time Management I’ve seen: “A schedule defends from chaos and whim.” This remarkable, pithy, seven-word sentence constructs a framework for nearly all time management. The “schedule defends” against two common enemies of the

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It’s Pink Outside

Reflections on Writing: Part One March 28, 2015 marks the fifth centenary of Teresa of Avila’s birth. It also marks two years of blogging for me. This is my first serious attempt at writing. I had thought about writing for

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Dust in the Eyes

Oh, human blindness! How long, how long shall it be before this dust is removed from our eyes? For although, as far as we ourselves are concerned, it seems not to be bad enough to blind us altogether, I can

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