Richard Craver

Thoughts, Musings And The Occasional Rant

Archive for the 'Forgiveness' Category

Creating (or escaping) A Sick System

This is a blog post from http://issendai.livejournal.com that I found some years ago, it fit to a “T” the workplace I was in at the time, a sick system, bordering on a Dark Triad, that I left after 19 years. It was painful for awhile, but one of the best moves of my life. I go […]

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No “L”? No Christ?

We have a clock radio in our bedroom that stays on WBFJ. I am not a morning person, I don’t wake up well, so it will play for awhile as I am in slumber trying to summon the will to get the day started. This morning they were playing a mix of the current Contemporary […]

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Who Sets The Standard?

In 1975 the US Congress passed the Metric Conversion Act which set in motion the Metrication of the United States. I remember in school being taught the metric system and being given all sorts of little conversion charts and conversion devices to be able to understand how metric temperature, weight, length and so on compared. […]

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It is Finished!

I came across a quote by Tony Evans on Facebook the other day, it goes like this. Jesus didn’t say, “I am finished.” He said, “It is finished.” He was just getting started. And although I suppose it was a line pulled from a sermon, which I have not heard, it got my mind spiraling, […]

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Spiritual Vertigo

On July 16th, 1999, John F. Kennedy Jr., son of the assassinated President John F. Kennedy as well as his wife Carolyn Bessette and sister-in-law, Lauren Bessette were killed when his single engine aircraft crashed into the waters off of Martha’s Vineyard, Masachusetts. Weather was quickly sited as a factor in the crash as the […]

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