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The Other Side of Reason

Reflections from the Other Side of Reason – To tame the dragon Reflections from the Other Side of Reason – The edge of almost Reflections from the Other Side of Reason – The Timeless gift Reflections from the Other Side of Reason – Emergence Reflections from the Other Side of Reason – A letter to myself Reflections from the Other Side of Reason – Between faith and doubt

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Reflections from the Other Side of Reason – To tame the dragon

Reflections from the Other Side of Reason – To tame the dragon

How do we tame this scary beast within us? Can’t we just send it away, tell it we don’t want it anymore?
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Reflections from the Other Side of Reason – The edge of almost

Reflections from the Other Side of Reason – The edge of almost

The ability to keep trying even when times are difficult, helps you reach beyond yourself and discover new possibilities and meaning within your life. 
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Reflections from the Other Side of Reason – The Timeless gift

Reflections from the Other Side of Reason – The Timeless gift

A mother’s love is absolute, pure, and everlasting. Our moms become the rock on which we stand, the fortress that protects our family, and the strength we thought we did not have. 
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Reflections from the Other Side of Reason – Emergence

Reflections from the Other Side of Reason – Emergence

Interestingly enough, and as I have discovered, the preference for “survivor” over “victim” is a shift in language that is as much ideological as linguistic.
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Reflections from the Other Side of Reason – A letter to myself

Reflections from the Other Side of Reason – A letter to myself

Writing a letter to ourselves is a practical way to help us listen to our inner voice. When I read my own letter, I realized that it was the first time I had heard myself so clearly.
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Reflections from the Other Side of Reason – Between faith and doubt

Reflections from the Other Side of Reason – Between faith and doubt

One of the greatest philosophers of science in the 20th century, Karl Popper, always said that the realm of science was small and distinct; that there was a huge realm of human experience that would never be susceptible to scientific explanation.
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