Observations on life and faith (with a sampling of fiction and poetry.) This podcast is the narrated form of TruthorDaren.com. After all, who doesn't like story-time?
"Crime & Punishment" (SLOlio Event)
Sometimes you cross the wrong person and live to regret it. Sometimes that person can be a sibling, and sometimes the repercussions last much longer than you'd expect. But sometimes, it can be funny in retrospect.
Today, I present to you a story I told live at a local storytelling event on the topic of "Crime & Punishment."
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This week, we hear a short vignette about a future world where physics have changed, and where things are not as they used to be.
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Life is a Risky Business (Or At Least, It Should Be)
Last week was Ernest Hemingway's birthday. Today we compare modern writers with those of days-gone-by, and we take a look at the importance of seeing risks as opportunities.
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O' Mysterious God! (or, The Pain of Observation and the Blessings of a Pizza)
Today's episode is about travel, photography, and how my art has been both a blessing and a curse in my life. But most of all, it is an episode about living in the moment.
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The Contentedness of Heart
Today on Truth or Daren, you'll hear a short piece of poetic memoir about that most wonderful of seasons: Autumn. You'll also get an update on how you can get involved with Truth or Daren.
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(Originally published: October 5th, 2009.)
The Insatiable Woman
Finally, something new! In this episode of Truth or Daren, we meet a woman who simply would not be satisfied, and we compare two sides of the same coin: Gratitude and Entitlement.
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Galatians 5:22, 23