Dealing with Impending Death © 2023 Vernon Miles Kerr and VernonMilesKerr.com I just now, read a well-written (but, sadly, posthumous) article in the Atlantic, “Growing My Faith in the Face of Death,” by TIMOTHY KELLER, a prominent Presbyterian Pastor, about his coming to terms with a diagnosis of terminal pancreatic cancer at only 70. I… Read More Life | Dealing with Impending Death
Human History’s Singular Kernel of Causation ©2023 by Vernon Miles Kerr and VernonMilesKerr.com To understand anything, my “attention-challenged” brain must analyze — break the subject-matter down to its component parts. If it’s a very conplicated “anything,” in order to understand it further, I have to prioritze those parts and examine how they fit together. Beyond that,… Read More Opinion | Human History’s Singular Kernel of Causation
Is there some unseen agency that can reconcile these two opposing forces?… Read More Poetry | Yin and Yang
There’s Bucket-lists … and, Then, There’s Bucket-lists (c) 2023 by Vernon Miles Kerr and VernonMilesKerr.com I have been shouting into this deep, dark cave, called “Twitter,” for 8 years now—ever since the Trump-Clinton campaign in 2015. Looking back, my subject-matter hasn’t changed much. At 72, I was already looking at not much life left —… Read More Opinion | There’s Bucket-lists … and, Then, There’s Bucket-lists
“Is spiritual-belief an either/or situation?
Must we either, carefully purge our minds of any primal remnant of curiosity about [God} or succumb to [‘Churches’]? “… Read More Philosophy | Must Spiritual Belief be an Either/Or?