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paradigm shift

Parenting requires more love and more letting go than I imagined.

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The pitfalls of relying on labels and what you think you know.

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I’ve got my own brand of hypocrisy when it comes to faith & politics.

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Photo by Procsilas Moscas Numbers mean a lot to us. We are driven by them, because we measure success and worth by them. I, for instance, occasionally fret about how many followers I have on Twitter (about 150). The number means something to me because I can compare it to scores of others who have […]

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The first presidential election I remember was in 1980, the year Ronald Reagan was voted into office. I was ten—the same age as my daughter Quillin is now. The day after Reagan’s landslide victory, I wrote this deadpan sentiment in my journal: “Yesterday Ronald Reagan was elected president. Dad says we’re moving to Canada.” Last […]

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