Genuine, selfless service is the key that unlocks the door to an awareness of purpose— Gregg Hake
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I owe to organized religion my introduction to the notion of truth and to my schoolteachers the awareness that the progressive movement of humanity is not only possible, but highly probable. What I never came to understand from either church … Continue reading
Human beings like to distill complex concepts into simple, often simplistic terms. When you consider truth, for instance, many think simply of the “facts” or “telling the truth.” Limiting your definition and understanding of “truth” to “not lying”, however, is … Continue reading
Truth Made Flesh by Gregg Hake Truth made flesh is sublime When in nature or in rhyme; Never ugly like a fact, Perfectly her laws do act.
“All men make mistakes, but a good man yields when he knows his course is wrong, and repairs the evil. The only crime is pride.” – Sophocles The intrigue and drama surrounding the resignation of General Petraeus from his post … Continue reading
“We are strange beings, we seem to go free, but we go in chains – chains of training, custom, convention, association, environment – in a word, Circumstance – and against these bonds the strongest of us struggle in vain.” – … Continue reading