Monthly Archives: January 2014

Part 5: The Birth of the Church

I’m sitting on the stone ledge in front of my fireplace, my first-born son sleeping peacefully in his bouncer on the floor next to me, my wife and daughter asleep in the bedrooms down the hall, the creaks and cracks … Continue reading

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Part 4: The Birth of Love

The anticipation is almost too much to take. I find myself antsy, cranky, irritable, bursts of energy followed by troughs of apathy marking the ebb and flow of each day for the last two weeks. When will this baby come? … Continue reading

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Part 3 – The Birth of Family

So I have said that I think men and women are different and that the difference is not so simple as our cultural stereotypes try to make it. But the question remains, what is the difference? As I write this, … Continue reading

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Part 2 – The Death of Stereotypes

So last post was essentially about how I know from my own experience how connected the body and soul are, how they are both me, and so I can determine that those with different bodies have different souls, and similarities … Continue reading

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Part 1 – The Birth of “Both”

I’ve put on about seven-to-ten pounds in the last month or two. And it’s no mystery why. I have eaten a lot. A lot of sweets, especially. I’ve been waking up shaking in a cold-sweat, sneaking to the kitchen at … Continue reading

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The Birth of Gender

Once upon a time, I posted on my “About the Author” page that anyone who left requests for posts would receive a response. Since my family constitute approximately 94% of my readership, the only request came from a relative. However, … Continue reading

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