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I had the joy of attending a session by Dr. Jordan Peterson in London Ontario, recently. In that presentation Dr. J. Peterson offered a great deal of reflection on a number of subjects (as seen in the title of this podcast). Here are some of my reflections on his views according to my interpretation.

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There is a tendency today to think that being "spiritual" is reducible to loving your neighbour. Sometimes it is even thought that obeying the agenda of your neighbour is de facto, loving God. This is a false gospel. Loving your neighbour necessarily means putting God first, and here is why...

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Often we think of "Sloth" as mere laziness. However, sloth is much worse than this, and is considered not merely a carnal sin, but a sin of spirit. St. Thomas Aquinas explains that we become sorrowful at the Divine Good. Find out what this means, and how we can all avoid it.

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Watching the News on the Legalization of Abortion in Ireland got me thinking about this baffling experience of those who smile and party about something terribly evil. What has to happen to you, to bring you to this point? The answer is simply: Pride. As we end Pride Month, we have a chance to reflect on the Memorial of the Early Church Martyrs of Rome, whom the world smiled upon as they were torn apart by Lions in a place of entertainment. Friends, nothing is new under the sun. And unfortunately, we are all guilty of this sin.

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3 Reasons for the spiritual affliction of boredom.

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