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Virginia Woolf on the Relationship Between Loneliness and Creativity, by Maria Popova

June 19, 2016

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“If I could catch the feeling, I would; the feeling of the singing of the real world, as one is driven by loneliness and silence from the habitable world.” - Virginia Woolf

“If I could catch the feeling, I would; the feeling of the singing of the real world, as one is driven by loneliness and silence from the habitable world.” – Virginia Woolf

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‘Grace’ on Broadway: Faith, Doubt, Murder… and Redemption!

October 9, 2012

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Former MN seminary student, Craig Wright, darkly explores a theology of grace, not in the pulpit, but on the stage. Four murder-suicide victims rise from the dead to explain the paradox of how a ‘Christian’ businessman with a vision for Gospel-based hotels sporting the slogan ‘Where would Jesus Stay,’ loses his faith while everybody around […]

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