Category Archives: Psychological Musings

Silence

Today I woke up to about 4-5 inches of fresh, powdery snow covering the scenery out my apartment window. Formulating my plan for the day, I settled on hunting for a few nearby geocache sites. Once I was well into … Continue reading

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Healing through Simplicity

Let me preface the main thoughts of this post by saying it is quite appropriate for me to be writing this on Black Friday (though published a day later), when I hope to shop, but more importantly shop with the … Continue reading

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Desire

God wants us to fulfill our desires. This is a very general statement that could be interpreted many ways.  I will endeavor to explain the thoughts that have lead me to it, giving you, my dear reader, a context within … Continue reading

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The Psychology of Experience

More and more, I am coming to believe that people are inevitably influenced by their experiences. My study of psychology at university (that makes me sound important, doesn’t it?) is one of the main reasons I think this.  If nothing … Continue reading

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Choosing Joy

Happiness is a choice.  Does that make joy – deep, abiding, life-giving joy – a choice as well? Our mood, our state of mind, is a set of tinted glasses through which we view our world.  Some of these glasses … Continue reading

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Something Irresistible

There is something irresistible about grace. No matter who you are, you find drawn to it, like plants to the sun or children to ice cream. You just cannot help yourself – it is that good. Last week, I was … Continue reading

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