'Blessed are you who are poor' is by no means gratitude for the cruelty and injustice of poverty, but a thanks to God that God has never ignored the suffering of the poor, but has come to be among them, and stand with them for justice and restitution.
Actually, when we take the time to read what they’ve been reading to us in church for two millennia we find that the script doesn’t match the performance; Christianity is meant to be a wee bit mental.
Follow @UrFhasaidh Over the past couple of weeks I have felt like a dog chasing its tail; round and round trying to get a hold on all the things that went up in the air the moment I left for Belgium. There are times when I like to think that I am organised, and I … Continue reading Having at Last Caught my Tail
According to research about fifty percent of our general levels of happiness are genetically predetermined. This part would be our natural brain chemistry, and it has a significant say in whether we are happy or sad people. No more than ten percent of our happiness is created by our extrinsic achievements; career, wealth, ambition and … Continue reading One Year of Project Happiness