"How J.K. Rowling was exposed as Robert Galbraith": fascinating!
"Time heals all wounds . . . or something": really good advice for helping a grieving friend.
"Blessing Your Blessings":
Happily, as Christians, we know we're not just turning them out into the void. When they leave us, we can turn them over to Someone. And in a way, it's actually a relief for us to remember that our children's spiritual success and strength doesn't depend completely on us. We do the best we can, but after a certain point, our kids make the decision whether they are going to be open to God's grace or not. We should pray for them every day, we should pray with them as much as possible, and it's a great idea to also pray over them."Elisabeth Leseur's 'A Little Essay on the Christian Life' for her nephew: III, the active adult life":
Approach our Savior without anxiety as the friend he is, able to understand and share everything, with whom you can talk about your joys and sorrows, your temptations, and even the doubts that he can remove, your human plans and spiritual desires.The nine circles of Hell from Dante's Inferno recreated in Lego - wow!
"Quick Takes for Married People": Good stuff.
"Enlighten Me Not":
The problem with the Enlightenment was that it was over-simple. Human beings just aren’t that neat (neither is the universe, as we’ve learned since). Human beings, and the universe, are like Doctor Who’s Tardis, bigger inside than outside. As you go deeper in, you discover new levels of complexity.
What interesting things are you finding 'round the Web?
Peace of Christ to you,