-Kalman, The Two “Fatal Flaws Lurking in American Leftist Politics”
These chains of thought which bind my heart to thine (Yes, I am captive of your Siren's heart) Hold bitter dreams of love ne'er to be mine And broken hopes of two lives kept apart. This slavery of soul, unbeknownst to you, Restricts my path and turns my eyes away From all that lies before... Continue Reading →
A great song which reminds us why we should first pursue what binds us all together before dwelling on what makes us different from each other.
-James K. A. Smith, Desiring the Kingdom: Worship, Worldview, and Cultural Formation, 80.
"If he’s confident with himself and who he is, he’ll come to resent you. If he’s at all unsure about himself, he’ll start to believe you, and it becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. Neither one is a desirable, beneficial outcome to you, him or the marriage." What happens when wives become moms to their husbands and... Continue Reading →