A Hint of Wildness

October 29th, 2018

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C.S. Lewis felt the modern universe was a little too self-explanatory. Dull. He thought we’d benefit from “a hint of wildness.” Halloween is perfect for that.

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For centuries, the church depicted God and the universe as a sphere. Descartes discarded the sphere. So what?

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Far Out, Man

October 15th, 2018

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Back in the 60s, if we felt something was “out of this world,” we’d say far out, man. We don’t hear this much today. Too bad. It might explain the rise of religious “nones.”

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Hire a bartender

October 8th, 2018

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A few years back, Bluewolf, a software consulting firm, was one the cusp of losing its top client. Engineers couldn’t come up with an innovative solution. So the company hired a bartender. It worked.

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Below Deck

October 1st, 2018

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The Judiciary Committee’s confirmation hearings are less about Brett Kavanaugh’s credentials and more about what’s going on below deck.

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