Kierkegaard, Romar, Keaton, Chabon.

As you know I’m in the midst of a self-imposed writing deadline (March 31) and in the process of making some career decision as well. What better time to kick back and read Soren Kierkegaard’s (artist illustration right), “Purity of Heart is to Will One Thing?” If you’re looking for an antidote to passionless, nameless, faceless, conformed, half-hearted Christianity This is it! It is an eloquent reminder that we may love the Passion movie, but God deserves for us to live our life with the same devotion and sacrifice as His Son, Jesus.

Single-mindedness in college coaches is common—but it is usually devotion to winning. UW coach Lorenzo Romar is devoted to Christ and this year he is winning too! His presence in the PNW is an anomaly in light of the “Godless Washington” piece USA ran a few years ago. My quote in that piece needs a little explanation so here it is!

Sad news about continued drug problems for Whitney Houston. Funny news about the non-joke telling Diane Keaton. And here is interesting news about literary luminary Michael Chabon turning his talents to writing for the comics.

Remember, “these are the best of times and the worst of times, but they are the only times we have.” (For Now).

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