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Would I Really Choose The Perfect Life?

The word “perfect” is the superlative superlative. In the grammatical world of comparatives and superlatives can we find a higher ranking description than “perfect”? It implies that its subject is free of all imperfections. As is the case with so … Continue reading

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The Perfect Life

Thomas, sprang a question onto me out of thin air, “What would be your perfect life?” My young friend sometimes throws me off guard with his interrogations. Thomas likes to insert¬†philosophical questions into our friendly conversations. His curiosity is something … Continue reading

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Making Progress

“Could a perfectionist could ever make it to Heaven?” Jonathan startled me with this question that came out of the blue.¬†I asked what he meant by the question. “Well, if the Judeo-Christian concept of Heaven is absolute, infinite perfection, a … Continue reading

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The Perfect Life

The question came out of the blue from Jorge during a quiet spell last week. “I’m not asking this as a mere conversation starter: If you could choose the perfect life, would you choose the life you have now?” That’s … Continue reading

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Utopia?

Can there ever, really be a Utopia? Does a Utopia require conformity? Is it possible to have a living, breathing Utopia that allows for folks who don’t fit in? The efforts of those people who invented the World’s major religions … Continue reading

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