Tag Archives: Imagination

The Glorious Freedom of Creative Mistakes

We are limited beings who do attempt to make sense of our world and we have the gifts of perception and communication which help us to do that. Our perception allows us to see and experience the world and communication … Continue reading

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The Image And The Imagination

Humanity practices both science and art, two incredibly unique and imaginative processes where we attempt to make sense of the world and our relationship to it. Both science and art rely on imagination and vision. Jacob Bronowski highlighted to me … Continue reading

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What I learned about myself, life and God from my son on the autistic spectrum: Part 2

This is part 2 of a reflection in honor of Autism awareness month. 3. We live in an incredibly complex world and human communication is even more complex. Because of what I do, as a pastor, I am constantly interacting … Continue reading

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Creative Words: A Poem

A clever turn of phrase or a verbal picture In the beginning come the words And in their own Genesis they craft a new world Painting with the spirit of imagination Breathing new life where once only an abyss rested … Continue reading

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Ice Eagles: A Poem

Strutting across the frozen waters of the Platte The sky’s royalty resting from their hunt Their power is coiled into their stout bodies Even on the ground they are a study in majesty and power Their resting spot is transformed … Continue reading

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The Gryphon: A Poem

Once I was viewed as an image of nobility and power itself The king of the sky and the king of the jungle brought together into something far deadlier Strong enough to rule the skies and deadly enough to stalk … Continue reading

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