Monthly Archives: August 2016

The Astonishingly Complex Process

I came back from school one day in early September and went to my grandparent’s house. I didn’t go to our house because my parents were shuttling between home and University Hospital, where my older brother was being treated. The … Continue reading

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Why the Universe Has Wiggle Room

The renowned physicist John Archibald Wheeler summed up his long and illustrious career under three headings – three thematic periods that characterized his work. He called the first period, “Everything is Particles.” This covered the time when he worked alongside … Continue reading

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The trouble with living a fantasy

When I was in college I had a brainstorm that caused a temporary power outage in my common sense. A bunch of us were hanging out and talking about what we could do for fun. Two of my best friends … Continue reading

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I Resent That: The Art of Taking Offence

Once when I was preaching, two men stood up in the crowded auditorium and marched out. They did it in a way that was meant to draw attention to themselves. They wanted everyone to know they were offended. A week … Continue reading

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