Every now and then, it happens. I’m driving home listening to the radio, usually the local NPR or classical stations, and there’s a moment so powerful, so arresting, that I find myself sitting in the driveway, unable to move. Maybe it’s a beautiful piece of music, or a story about an afflicted group of people. Whatever it is, it’s a moment when what I’m hearing is so powerful that it forces me to stop. Forces me to listen. And then moves me to reflect. It’s what the public radio business calls a “driveway moment.” A moment where you’re unable to…

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I read the following on a blog recently:

“You don’t get to decide the truth. Other people have their own experiences, just as valid.”

This is a predominant mindset in our culture today. And I understand why. How can one person say their truth, their experience, is any more meaningful than any other person’s? Read More Why saying “truth is relative” makes no sense

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