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The Problem With Artistic complacency

The Problem With Artistic complacency

Complacency is a rejection of things as they might be. "Good enough" is the motto of the complacent person. Complacency makes people fear the unknown, mistrust the untried, and abhor the new. Like water, complacent people follow the easiest course – downhill.

God Wastes Nothing

God Wastes Nothing

God is behind every hardship and difficulty. Through them, He teaches us and disciplines our souls. God trains us to love and serve him better and better. Every difficulty we encounter in our lives, is either sent by God or permitted by Him for our benefit.

Perseverance and the Gospel Plow

Perseverance and the Gospel Plow

This earth is no longer our home, and the closer we get to Christ, the more we realize it, the more we feel its sufferings and imperfections. This is the lesson Jesus teaches us with his comment about setting our hands to the plow, once we do so, we look forward, we do not look back.

Total Recall, Aubrey Beardsley, and the Challenge of Our Past

While our past is always there to haunt us, our salvation is accomplished in the eternal Passion of Christ. This act of God is the destination of our journey for it is here that God creates something new.