Tag Archives: Faith

Essay: On Compassion

Dave Hood “The simplest acts of kindness are by far more powerful than a thousand heads bowing in prayer.” ― Mahatma Gandhi We live in a world lacking in compassion. The sad reality of humanity is that the vast majority … Continue reading

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Poem: After a Funeral

By Dave Hood At a coffee shop, following a funeral, for a friendly neighbor, an elderly woman who died from long time afflictions of dementia, The type of event that inspires one to ponder life’s big questions, the believer and … Continue reading

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Poem: The Agnostic

By Dave Hood In a room painted white as the light of eternity, a sturdy bedside table stands with a comforting radio, glass vase filled with water, three yellow tulips delivered as a gift of hope by a loving daughter. … Continue reading

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Personal Essay: Does God Exist?

By Dave Hood “To one who has faith, no explanation is necessary. To one without faith, no explanation is possible.”—Thomas Aquinas Does God exist? Many believe in a God who is “Supreme Being.” This God is all-knowing, all-powerful, everlasting. Many … Continue reading

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