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yes, great isn't it. I liked his thoughts on being defined as either an individual – the centre of our own world, or as a person who is part of a network of relationships and thus harder to define.

Before anything else, I am in relationship, in relationship particularly with God. The most important thing about every person is that they are already in relationship with God. They do not belong to me.

interestingly i just saw this tweet from @alaindebotton (religion for atheists):
A proof of good parenting? That the child has no desire to be famous. What we call a ‘celebrity culture’ is really a 'neglect of almost everyone by everyone' culture.

quite a similar take on things...

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