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Taking A Detour

Everyone who drives a motor vehicle knows the beautiful feeling of inertia when cruising a smooth, well-designed highway. The conditions seem perfect–light traffic, lovely weather conditions, the engine purring as it powers the vehicle across the tarmac. Then a glitch … Continue reading

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Uncertainty

There are no absolute guarantees in life. When you fully understand and embrace that statement, you will have finally¬†grown up. On a mundane level, we have product guarantees that give us assurance that our vehicles and appliances will last for … Continue reading

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Are You Certain?

“Why do we feel certain of the ideas or beliefs we hold as¬†true or false?” Jorge threw out that question seemingly from nowhere during our stroll around the neighborhood. He quickly added, “Why do some people believe the Earth is … Continue reading

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Certainty

Edna fluffs the pillows and makes up the bed. She then places two antique dolls on top of the bedspread. The two old toys must be placed a finger’s width from each other. The young woman smoothes a wrinkle at … Continue reading

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