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Monthly Archives: May 2010
There is a line in Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s wee 1943 book The Little Prince that caught my eye the other day: “You become responsible, forever, for what you have tamed.” It is such an interesting term this notion of taming. The tension surrounding what it means to be human is ultimately bound up (pun intended) in this notion of whether we are to be tamed or allowed to go native … There’s more to read here.
Everything happens for a reason. Live together or dies alone.
Well… that was it. Just finished watching the season six (and show) finale of LOST with my Labrador laying at my feet…
The summations of LOST are surely flooding the inboxes, FB status updates, and Tweets of many of your friends even as we speak.
LOST was a show that I came to late in the game. I had recently moved … There’s more to read here.
In my classes this week I have reflecting on the parable of the Good Samaritan and have to admit being a bit taken aback that what I am offering as a reading of the text seems foreign to students. As such, I thought I would put some of these thoughts out here in the Theology Kung Fu dojo and let you reflect on this reading.
This text beginning in verse … There’s more to read here.
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