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A kind, measured response that is much needed in the heat of this debate:

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In part one, I made the point that learning information doesn’t make sense (pun intended) apart from its sensory basis in early life — when, in philosophical terms, we start to abstract form from matter.

And I noted the sensory dysregulation that comes with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) and its potential consequences for information processing.

Now we turn to an even older principle, to which English poet and Theologian Charles Williams referred as co-inherence. Continue Reading »

For parts one and two, click here

In his pivotal Theology of the Body, Pope John Paul II noted an important and fundamental “fruit” of the Original Sin for the relationship between man and woman: Continue Reading »

Short Film: ‘Hepzibah’

A “reblog” from a few years ago, just to let people know I haven’t fallen off the map. Part 3 of Wind River is coming!

Into the Dance

This is a short film I made about nine months ago.  Just thought I’d share with my readers.

I will likely be away from the blog for the rest of the week due to a commitment.  Until then, I hope you enjoy “Hepzibah,” and I always welcome constructive criticism.

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Sometimes we have to go back in order to go forward.

With that in mind, let’s look at a couple of classic, practical concepts that could help turn the tide toward progress in relating to people with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs). Continue Reading »

For part one, click here

Ok — we kind of got away from the actual story last time.  So let’s dive right into the first scene.

The film opens with Natalie Hansen running frantically across the frozen wilderness in the dead of night — all alone, visibly distressed, Continue Reading »

Part 2 of my current film commentary isn’t quite ready yet, so I thought I’d share another treat from Bishop Barron. 🙂