Einstein once said that you can’t solve a problem with the same consciousness that created the problem in the first place. So as I ponder the profound problems that plague our society today, and our seeming inability to gain real traction on them, I find myself wondering what ill-articulated and perhaps ill-chosen assumptions are preventing us from seeing effective solutions.
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March 26, 2017 10:30
March 19, 2017 22:00
Frederick William Faber (1814-1863), author of "There's a Wideness To God's Mercy", was an English cleric, author and poet. Faber excelled in school, was awarded scholarships for his general scholarship as well as prizes for his poetry. (more ↠)
March 12, 2017 10:30
"A Leaf in the Wind" William Zeitler
Voluntary B.M. Fox (1784-1858)
At least in 'classic' Presbyterianism, a distinguishing doctrine ...