February 27, 2017 by wally metts 1 Comment
I reached level 64 today. I’m glad it’s a multiplayer game. It wouldn’t be as much fun or as rewarding if you had to play alone.
February 20, 2017 by wally metts 3 Comments
We make our own sacrifices and worship our own gods, from materialism to social justice. We have our own talismans, always connected to our human conceit.
February 17, 2017 by wally metts 2 Comments
It’s not enough to avoid bad influences. You have to surround yourself with better ones.
February 9, 2017 by wally metts 1 Comment
Service can be connected to spiritual pride, something we “do for others” that makes us feel good about ourselves. There was none of that with this group.
February 7, 2017 by wally metts 0 Comments
There were classes in science, math, English and Nepali, all based on workbooks and recitation. I would not have been able to study, with the amazing view outside the open windows.
February 4, 2017 by wally metts 3 Comments
I could thank the Puritans for my luxuries, with their clean, industrious ways. I’m sure I can thank the Lord, whose mercies are new every morning—even in Nepal. I just want to remember how rich I am.
May 11, 2016 by wally metts 4 Comments
The Gospel is true because it changes things and it changes us. We need to be changed. Just look around.
April 7, 2016 by wally metts 4 Comments
I wouldn’t say I have necessarily rediscovered the joy of handwriting, but it is a pleasant experience, experimenting with the different feel of different leads.
March 25, 2016 by wally metts 2 Comments
By 3 Jesus is dead, having spoken only seven times. The sky turns black, there is an earthquake, rocks split into, dead people come out of their graves, only to die once more. And we call this Good Friday.
March 21, 2016 by wally metts 0 Comments
Sacrifice is the essence of covenant making. And the sacrifice you both offer today is yourselves
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