commitment

Commitment and Why It Matters
December 2, 2013

We’re stuck with certain realities. On a basic level, the meat-and-matter body is greatly influenced by gravity. Have fun freeing yourself from that. You were born into a certain family, with biological parents, and most likely siblings, cousins, aunts, and uncles. Enjoying them is preferable to the contrary, especially with the holiday season swiftly approaching….

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Virtual Disciples
November 8, 2007

It was a communication breakdown. MySpace, Facebook, Friendster, Photobucket, Skype, AIM, personal websites, e-mails—unavailable. All we could do was relate to . . . each other. Mere miles would not have hindered access to family and friends—but between our schedule, a computer shortage and the expense of overseas phone calls, the usual flow of electronic…

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The Call To Commitment
June 1, 1990
Topics: commitment
Author: Steve Cohen

Have you ever been arrested?” That question was put to me while I was handing out broadsides with Moishe Rosen in the Portland airport back in the early 1970s. I was confronted by a police officer who told me that what I was doing was illegal and that if I didn’t stop, I would be…

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Commitment
December 1, 1988
Topics: commitment
Author: Lois Solberg

Lord, so often I wonder about Mary, the mother of Jesus, especially at Christmastime. According to tradition she was so young, only fourteen. I often wonder: Was she the first young woman the Angel Gabriel approached about bearing the Messiah? Did others count the cost and turn him down? Clearly Mary consented by her statement…

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