Monthly Archives: January 2014

A Wise Saying – Part 81

   People usually yield to extremism not because they have no time to grow, but because they understand that they are not capable of growth.                                    R. Van Conoley

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A Wise Saying – Part 80

   Without a sense of proportion there can not be good taste nor genuine intelligence nor moral integrity.                         R. Van Conoley  ( Editor’s Note:  This aphorism is dedicated to: 1) Chris Carson, 2) Nick Koval, and especially 3) Dan … Continue reading

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Jesus Opposed Family Values

   It is very interesting to me how people of one religion can accurately point to flaws and shortcomings in other religions without seeing similar problems in their religion.  Religious movements have a great deal in common with political and … Continue reading

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A Wise Saying – Part 79

   There is a danger that the suppression of a clearly defined evil will result in its replacement by a generalized form.  Hence the supression of religious fanaticism usually gives rise to secular fanaticism.  The suppression of conventional war often … Continue reading

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