Call of Wisdom

In this week’s podcast I ask, “What’s the harm?” We often ask this question when we try to disguise our complacency as decency; yet our apathy has consequences.

Learning to pay attention is the antidote to complacency and the first step towards developing wisdom. We are all too often wilfully ignorant of the facts, because we seek peace rather than truth.

The “Call of Wisdom” made in the Book of Proverbs in the Bible, shows us that human nature has not changed for thousands of years. Perhaps it’s time we started to listen.

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Books

100. Ascent to Truth – Thomas Merton

103. Holy Bible – Book of Job, Proverbs and 2 Timothy

Other Videos & Articles

285. Biblical Series XIV: Jacob: Wrestling with God – Jordan Peterson Lecture

330. What really exists | under the surface – Jim Carrey

355. Responses to Suffering and Evil: Lamentations and Wisdom Literature – Prof. Christine Hayes

428. CDC Updates COVID Stats, 6% Died Of COVID Alone, 94% Had Comorbidity: Twitter Censors

439. Through Repentance to Faith – Derek Prince

449. We Have Been In An Information Civil War Since Trump Was Elected

450. Jordan Peterson’s Return Home

451. WHO Covid expert: Lockdowns can only delay virus infections

452. Office of National Statistics – Download Report of Flu Deaths in England in 2017 **(see notes below)

453. Coronavirus pandemic ‘will casue famine of biblical proportions Guardian Article April 2020

** Coronavirus deaths in the whole of the UK at the date of publishing this  – 53K+ ** Flu deaths in England alone in 2017  – 90K+ ** Both figures use the “mentioned on the death certificate” number not the “underlying cause” number.

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