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(Book of Divine Works) … on the cover of JAMA …

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… Sulmasy and Somerville …

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“Mystery is not the absence of meaning. It’s the presence of more meaning than we can comprehend.” Dennis Covington – Image Journal 77

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… It’s been a few years since I added to my ongoing list of “books I wish they’d made me read in school” … Lencioni’s Death by Meeting is a penetrating parable of management culture today.

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… Liz Lev on Benedict XVI on beauty and the arts. Greg Wolfe, Brian Zahnd, Stratford Caldecott take up similar themes.         Ego sum … William Congdon.

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“Those of us who have spent time in the company of people with mortal illness have learned from them that we are always challenged to know more and to help more effectively but, above all, to listen.  Sometimes there will be no answers to give to those in apparently desperate situations, and we find ourselves […]

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… a grade school teacher’s suicide reveals our (therapeutic) culture’s reduction of grief to a disease that needs to be cured … rather than a mysterious journey on which we accompany each other. Wikipedia IMDb Rotten Tomatoes streams on Netflix

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“In the past few decades, there has been an increase in the use of life review techniques to improve mood, cognition, and quality of life among elderly individuals. The underlying theory is that late life depression is often caused (or at least worsened) by an inability to remember the trajectory of one’s life. By reliving […]

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April 24, 2012

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