Daily Archives: January 14, 2015

Photo of the Week: January 14, 2015

This photo is less about its value from an “artistic” or technical point of view, than its location; OK, it isn’t the greatest picture out there! It isn’t what you might think, however.When you look at it, you probably see … Continue reading

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Meaningless Labors… and a Different Point of View

Ecclesiastes 2:17-26 With verses 17 ff. we continue the Teacher’s warm and cozy view of our lives under the sun, this time we are talking about work. In verses 17-23, we see a very high concentration of markers making it … Continue reading

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Wisdom and Folly

Ecclesiastes 2:12-16 Our Teacher now examines wisdom and folly, and in so doing he comes to the conclusion that wisdom is better, but it only goes so far. A wise person walks in light, while a fool stumbles around in … Continue reading

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