Willful Blindness – Redux

Our ability to deceive ourselves is so great, that it is almost beyond comprehension. It’s as if we decided that the looming disasters that we face, are too much trouble to think about – much less, talk about or even do anything to avoid.

We won’t even TALK about these things, and I’m utterly amazed by this. And, since we keep our mouths closed, our choice to be blind spreads.

Like a disease.

Unfortunately, it’s NOT a disease. It’s a choice. We chose this. And, I wouldn’t believe it, if I didn’t see it in myself.

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Before the Storm

After last week’s article, Hurricane Irma blundered through Florida and Georgia. Then, Typhoon Talim set its sights on my apartment building. However, Talim veered off to the North and didn’t do much more than rain on us, here in Taipei. But, Irma left a gigantic swath of destruction in her wake.

Half of Florida might be without power for weeks. People have been displaced. Lives and jobs disrupted and even ruined. And the loss of lives…

That was a terrible hurricane, and Florida hasn’t had one of those in a long time. But, I have an interesting observation, from all the typhoons that my wife and I have been through…

…did you notice how quiet and normal everything was, the day before?

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Zechariah 13:8 and Your Responsibility

If a little child walks out onto a busy street, and gets hurt – it’s not your fault, right? But, what if you could have stopped the child, do you share some of the blame, now? But maybe, for all of your efforts to save the little child from harm, the child gets hurt, anyway. Do you have a responsibility to help? Let’s take this awful scenario one step further. A group of you are standing around looking at the little child lying in  the street, hurt. You look around and see that no one is doing anything to help. … Click here to read the rest…

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