Monthly Archives: January 2012

Tempus fugit: time flies

We all have experienced how swiftly time flies.  As we get older, it seems to pass that much more quickly.  When I shave, I look in the mirror at the same face I saw when I was eighteen — but … Continue reading

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“The State of the Union is…”

“…being withheld for reasons of national security.  It will be released along with the Warren Commission Report, or when pigs fly — or maybe a few years after that.  You must understand that if the terrorists knew the true state … Continue reading

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Max Keiser – Warren Pollock predicts a Bank Holiday soon

These things cannot be avoided, but it can prove useful to be aware of what is happening as the filthy, threadbare fabric of our thoroughly corrupt society completely unravels.  Godspeed to you and yours as this necessary, divinely-orchestrated purging continues…

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The affections of the heart and their power

This is only going to be a brief entry about a very important and profound topic — the human heart. The heart is made for loving, just as the intellect is made for knowing the truth.  However, the heart gets … Continue reading

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‘How can so many people be so incredibly blind?’

An excellent piece from the Dog Poet from last year.  As for the simple answer to the question: the innumerable, disordered affections which fill and rule our hearts tend, over time, to blind us to reality without and within.  Purify … Continue reading

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Reason, faith and the spiritual life

The following is another excerpt from the preface to The Interior Life: Piety is well represented by the image of a flower. It has a root, which is reason ; a rod, which is faith ; and a flower, which … Continue reading

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We must dig deeper, explore the depths of our heart and expand

Taken from the preface to The Interior Life: The piety of today suffers from a general malady : it is wanting in substance and depth, and is deficient in solidity.  In some souls everything is superficial — and it is … Continue reading

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