Randomness is distinct from the Greek concept of chance. Conflating the two imports to science the sense that random events are gratuitous.
Season after Pentecost | Trinity Sunday (Year A)
Genesis 1:1-2:4a; Psalm 8; 2 Corinthians 13:11-13; Matthew 28:16-20
“I don’t do goals,” I say when it’s my turn to introduce myself. A thin blanket beneath me, my legs folded, I am sitting in a circle of women at my local yoga studio. We are at a workshop “setting intentions for the New Year” with “a feminine approach to goal setting.” I am skeptical. I am more of a “let the destination find you” kind of person. I am better at beginnings.
by Erin S. LaneJanuary 11, 2016