Sunday Morning Music, Damien Jurardo
Donald Miller
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A little musical rain out of Seattle this morning. Enjoy the Northwest’s Damien Jurardo:

Remembering Michelangelo
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller
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Considered by many Italians as the “father and master of all the arts” masses turned out at Santa Croce to pay tribute to Michelangelo when he died on this day in 1564. He lived a very long life, nearly ninety-years, which was unusual at the time. He worked hard, even to the end as a […]

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How Infighting will Kill the Church
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By Donald Miller
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Most of my friends who no longer attend church, and the majority of my friends no longer attend, have left over petty arguments about theology. It’s not that they left because people didn’t agree with them, they actually left because they got tired of hearing other people argue about their interpretation of scripture. They wanted […]

A Creator and His Work are One
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller
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Ever wonder why the manmade world is getting uglier? They are going to build a bridge in my neighborhood to span the Wilamette. There are proposed pictures floating around on flyers and we are to log on to such and such a website and voice our opinions. They are all bad, in my opinion. They […]

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The Power of a Poets Line
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller
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Today is ST. Valentines Day, so if you haven’t sent a loving sentiment to your mate, you can thank me for the reminder. The holiday was first created to honor Christian Martyrs, and you can thank the Catholic church for that. It’s unknown which of the St. Valentines it is intended to honor, as there […]

Sunday Morning Music, Bob Schneider
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller
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I started listening to Bob Schneider about ten years ago. I saw him in concert with about 20k other people in Austin, then caught him later that year here in portland with about 20 people, and only a handful knew his music. He’s certainly bigger than Austin, but I can’t think of very many artists […]

The Creator Gets Out of His Own Way
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller
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I’ve probably led you astray in the last month with all my talk about working. The act of creating is more than work. There is also the process of creating art, which is mysterious. Anybody who says that there is no mystery in creating art is no artist. This can be proven when you ask […]

A Creator Resists The Urge to Create out of Anger
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How a Creator Handles Critics
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Can't Seem to Get to Your Project? Maybe the Other Work is Just Wanted Distraction.
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A Creator Does Not Build on Emotion
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