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Joe Potillor
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A simple servant...a complex individual...and a ridiculously good physicist
A simple servant...a complex individual...and a ridiculously good physicist

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Liturgical attitudes (Experiences from the Assyrian church of the East)
 I was blessed with the opportunity to experience Liturgy in Aramaic for the past few Sundays, while my parish had suspended Sunday Liturgy, I share my experiences to perhaps to bring a different perspective to some of the debates we see in western circles....

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Unpopular opinions...
Once again observing the interwebs, you learn that people fail to think, and unfortunately buy into the fear mongering that is promoted by either side of the ideological agenda. So In the order of correction, I think these things ought to be pointed out. a....

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Thought of the day
I suppose it's quite well possible to state things really are that crazy.

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Headlines used to be able to get people to read the actual articles, now they get them to ignore the rest of the article. This is what happens when opinion is placed above fact.

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Tolerance can and should be a two way street, the free exchange of ideas in of itself isn't evil or horrible.

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From the outside looking in, things aren't what they seem.

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Some Spiritual Struggles
a. A couple of Saturdays ago, I was out of town on vacation, when I came to a crazy realisation. The Roman Liturgy (OF) as practised in the vast majority of parishes is virtually impossible to pray, at least for myself. The propers of the introit, gradual, ...

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Thought of the day
Isn't it interesting that often times with the words "I don't mean to hurt you" is immediately followed by something that hurts. As if the intention somehow magically eliminates the painful thing that has happened.

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An intention may minimise culpability, but it does not change the wrong that is done. It is important to separate objective from subjective.

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Intentionally, or unintentionally, we place crosses on others. We should avoid this. Life is hard enough with the crosses we already carry.
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