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Michael Wright
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Michael Wright 3h
It's true. I'm grateful for this wisdom:
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Michael Wright 6h
A story from the desert fathers, spiritual pride, and the ways food and friendship help us return to our bodies:
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Michael Wright 13h
Replying to @erinleigh28
YES. So timeless.
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Michael Wright Jan 20
Replying to @popesaintvictor
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Michael Wright Jan 20
Replying to @popesaintvictor
😂 in the meantime....Total Recall is streaming on HBO and it is glorious
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Michael Wright Jan 20
Replying to @popesaintvictor
Reminds of that prayer by Meister Eckhart: "God, rid me of god." Also, Christian Wiman on On Being was so good. He stares into the abyss w/o trying to put a nice religious bow on it
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Michael Wright Jan 20
Replying to @popesaintvictor
So, so many friends are sorting out these same feelings. Thanks for voicing this.
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Michael Wright Jan 20
Replying to @rareblackbirds
Woo! I've learned a lot from that shwo
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Trent Gilliss Jan 20
What if we gave witness to splendor more often? So much of my reading and my thoughts are overtaken with all the harshness and bad behavior of people these days. But there are so many folks out there who are incredible human beings. They should be lifted up and discussed, too.
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Michael Wright Jan 19
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Michael Wright Jan 19
Replying to @sevensixfive
Thank you!
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Michael Wright Jan 19
Replying to @sevensixfive
What's a good intro for studying networks like this?
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Michael Wright Jan 19
Replying to @mjeffreywright
I think about that verb "to attend" often. Giving attention to something, tending, holding space for others—attention as active/pastoral choice
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Michael Wright Jan 19
"Hold and attend"
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Michael Wright Jan 19
heads up for the weirdness; heads up for the creative cardboard use
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Michael Wright Jan 19
This interactive storytelling was strange but very compelling. The production excites me—what else could be made like this?
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Michael Wright Jan 19
Replying to @LisaDelay @Twitter
yup...its all incremental changes but the net result is not great.
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Michael Wright Jan 19
Replying to @Twitter
I don't want to nitpick but that's how online culture changes. Algorithms prioritize traditional media hierarchies and have deep social currents toward sameness.
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Michael Wright Jan 19
Another problem with pushing "things X & X liked" in the TL and in notifications is the way it regularly prioritizes famous people. More followers = higher % of friends potentially liking their tweet = higher % of celebs in the feed.
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Michael Wright Jan 19
Replying to @gregorykhillis
Definitely Goat Rodeo. Also: Foreign Fields, Punch Brothers, Sam Beam + Jesca Hoop, Luluc, Milk Carton Kids, Charlie Haden's Steal Away, Ludovico Einaudi, Carter Burwell, Chris Thile + Brad Mehldau, Julian Lage + Chris Eldridge
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