Theology | More on The God-shaped Hole

If our deepest, religious longings are really just a primal desire to return to the  love between mother and infant, do all those “holy books,” seemingly so inevitable in the human saga, all begin from a false premise?… Read More Theology | More on The God-shaped Hole

Philosophy | The Weirdness of Time

The Weirdness of Time ©2021 by Vernon Miles Kerr,   Previously posted to Twitter as a rough draft Oct. 4, 2021 #FirstCuppaJoe #MorningMeditations for Mon. 10/4/21 (thread) Today’s “inspiration” was #Time, and the weirdness of time.  As I rolled out of bed and made my way to the bathroom—on arrival—I thought, “That simple sequence of… Read More Philosophy | The Weirdness of Time

Life | Priorities

Priorities ©2021 by Vernon Miles Kerr, Attending a school reunion at my age (near 80) is an emotional rollercoaster.  There’s the joy of reconnecting with old friends, the furious schedule of dinners, golf tournaments and  nostalgic chats.  But then, nostalgia turns to mourning as you share news of the latest dearly-departed.  I just returned… Read More Life | Priorities