DAILY POST CHALLENGE

THE LIMITATIONS OF FREE WILL AND EVIL  The question of the day last Friday was why is there evil in the world?  Coincidentaly, the next night I went to a class at our synagogue focusing on the question of free will as presented in Rabbi Elyahu E. Dessler’s book Strive for Truth. Two stances generally polarize …

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DAILY POST CHALLENGE

FEELING LIKE A FAILURE?  I’M WITH YOU Today’s Topic #175: Why do some people’s dreams get realized, and others don’t? Make a list of the factors you think are involved, including the ones people do and don’t have control over. This one seemed made for me on two counts.  I think my blog goes mostly unread …

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DAILY POST CHALLENGE

SHOULD HAVE, COULD HAVE,  DIDN’T  Had a good day in many ways, but continuing to struggle with divided focus.  Lovely morning, Ben here and David’s course is done so for the first time since the pool has been open this year, two of us could work on introducing him to the water.  Ben is cautious, …

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DAILY POST CHALLENGE

 WHERE OH WHERE HAS MY KINDNESS GONE,  OH WHERE OH WHERE CAN IT BE?  WHEN MY HEART IS HATE AND MY BRAIN IS FEAR,  KINDNESS CANNOT BE. I said in my original post on Free Will that the one choice usually left to us was the choice to be kind.  Usually means not always.  Two …

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