Tag Archives: Romans 8:28

Resilience in the Covid-19 aftermath

I’ve frequently posted about the physical property of resilience referred to scientifically as the coefficient of restitution. The coefficient of restitution is a number which indicates how much kinetic energy (energy of motion) remains after a collision of two objects. … Continue reading

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Can our culture ever bounce back?

I have a friend who, through no fault of her own, seems to run into more than her fair share of bad luck. Amazingly, no matter what blows she experiences, she always bounces back, somehow. Thinking of how she “bounces … Continue reading

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What’s Your Coefficient of Restitution?

One of my friends has been having an unusually long run of bad luck, but no matter what blows knock her down, she always bounces back to her usual, optimistic self.  I believe her strong faith plays a role in … Continue reading

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