Recently Scott Pelley referenced the partial U.S. Government shutdown, as Groundhog Day. Shadows were long and everyone was seeing theirs, he noted. I could not
David Phillips's insight:
Good Stuff Todd! // My cynic friends find ammunition with which they shoot down the ideas of God’s existence. My skeptic friends take such an event to affirm their conviction that there is no Other. Interestingly my friend, who often fits both categories in varying degrees, takes up the activities that betray cynicism and skepticism. He contacts his network of friends, he holds out the promise of something better, he encourages hopefully. In short, he does not stop to see who else may be coming. His action becomes a prayer of sorts, an impious one to be sure.
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