Category Archives: Philosophy

Habakkuk. Major of the Minors.

The last few months have been marked by a lot of change… most of it not what we hoped for. We are at a time of much uncertainty, and an apparent turning away from the principles and morals that have … Continue reading

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Fatherhood: an honor and an obligation.

Yesterday afternoon, Aiden and I began a journey together. It is a journey that will go on beyond my lifetime. It is the journey of manhood. This journey is as individual as the people walking it. In our case, because … Continue reading

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High Point

The highest point of my parenting journey is happening right now, and doesn’t even involve me. Earlier this afternoon, Aiden was telling Dean about stuff he wanted to do to be “manly,” so Dean asked him what he thought it … Continue reading

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Calendar of Blessings

A couple months ago, I realized that I needed to write down the good things so I could look at them when I was feeling not-so-good.  I don’t mean things like having an awesome husband and kids, but those random, … Continue reading

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The Way of the Cheetah

Over the years I have collected diverse pieces of trivia from a variety of sources. While attending Cal State Hayward, or East Bay, as it is now known, I took a class on animal behavior. Of all the animals we … Continue reading

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A Heart fully alive…

“The glory of God is man fully alive.”– Saint Irenaeous as quoted in Waking the Dead by John Eldridge. As I’ve been reading and listening to what God is speaking into my life, it occurs to me that something has … Continue reading

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