The pleasure of the "inferior" is one that a classical Christian educator ought to encourage and instill in her pupils. It is the foundation of all awe and wonder, and, ultimately, the posture we all hope to take when we face God. Augustine captures this pleasure so well throughout the Confessions.
A dialogue with a parent, regarding the practice of confessing sins at Morning Prayer (the form of which is taken from the Book of Common Prayer).
You’ve probably met people with theoflective personalities before, but maybe only once or twice in your whole life. This is because people with theoflective personalities, also known as theoflects, are some of the most rare and important people in the world today.
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