The Return of the Prodigal Son by Rembrandt (1606 - 1669) What can we learn from the parable of the Prodigal Son? God’s compassion and forgiveness? The spiritual pride of the elder son? There are a lot of interpretations. One of them is a free will issue. One classic question: If God is omnipotent, then … Continue reading The Prodigal Son
Dry fasting... Fasting is one of the oldest medicines in human history. Even for animals, when they are sick, they instinctively fast. It's also one of the anti-aging remedies. Calories restricted animals live longer. Fasting is also one of the best approaches for mental enhancement and spiritual growth. Jesus fasted forty days and nights in … Continue reading Dry Fasting
In the age of short span and reading it on a tiny mobile screen, digital contents should be short and concise. KISS (Keep it short and simple) is a mantra. Another is “less is more.” Hemingway’s iceberg theory is a good role model. Ironically, by showing a tiny tip, we could deliver an iceberg size … Continue reading Brevity is a Virtue
Life is difficult... Life is difficult. Do you believe that? If that’s the case, why do we have it in the first place? We can see only what we can see. There are a lot of things we don’t know. Perhaps, we will die without knowing a lot of things. Life is a series of … Continue reading The Hero’s Journey
This is my first post. In the past I've managed several Blogs. This time I'd just keep it simple. The good thing is that IT infrastructure has so much improved. We can now post an entry from our smartphone.
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