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The Woman in the Glass

May 27, 2011

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Paul talked about the tantalizing nature of perception when he said that “now we see through a glass darkly.” The translation is more accurately rendered “now we see through a bronze mirror.” It refers to the type of looking glass available to people of his time: bronze, not terribly smooth, not rendering a clear image, […]

Mea Culpa

June 16, 2010

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I admit it. I completely lack consistency (you had already guessed that, when I posted one day about how everyone needs more hugs, then the next day about turning people to stone.) I also procrastinate and self-excuse by putting entirely too much in my life. I talk big and dawdle with implementation, hence, the blog. […]

I’m sorry

May 25, 2010

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As seems to happen on a regular basis, I got my life rearranged for me today. I was going to go to Centerville to help round out some month-end stuff for work. Then I had something come up in Roosevelt and Vernal that needed my attention. Today. Not on the same interstates, so I had […]