About Tony Fluharty

Graduated Easton High School, 1981
Easton, MD

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  • Tony shared from The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene
    By training yourself to be indirect, you can thrive in the modern court, appearing the paragon of decency while being the consummate manipulator.
  • Tony shared from Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace
    ‘Sounded most of all like a drowning goat. A goat, drowning in something viscous.’
    Note: I have felt this way, occasionally.
  • Tony shared from An Altar in the World: A Geography of Faith by Barbara Brown Taylor
    “It is solved by walking.” What is “it”? If you want to find out, then you will have to do your own walking.
  • Tony shared from An Altar in the World: A Geography of Faith by Barbara Brown Taylor
    The labyrinth may be a set path, but it does not offer a set experience. Instead, it offers a door that anyone may go through, to discover realities that meet each person where each most needs to be met.
  • Tony shared from An Altar in the World: A Geography of Faith by Barbara Brown Taylor
    Reverence requires a certain pace. It requires a willingness to take detours, even side trips, which are not part of the original plan.
    Note: Reverance requires a certain pace.
  • Tony shared from An Altar in the World: A Geography of Faith by Barbara Brown Taylor
    Reverence requires a certain pace. It requires a willingness to take detours, even side trips, which are not part of the original plan.
  • Tony shared from Viral: How Social Networking Is Poised to Ignite Revival by Leonard Sweet
    Note: Just added to my reading list.
  • Tony shared from Insurrection: To Believe Is Human To Doubt, Divine by Peter Rollins
    We may do the job of waiter, but we should never consider ourselves waiters. In the same way, we may attend a Presbyterian church, but we should never think of ourselves as Presbyterians.
    Note: Nor should we identify ourselves as Christians, in doing so we make ourselves out to be different, greater or better than...
  • Tony shared from Insurrection: To Believe Is Human To Doubt, Divine by Peter Rollins
    What Paul instead describes is a way of life that starts right here and right now, in the very midst of the world. We enact Crucifixion and Resurrection here in the place where we currently stand.
    Note: The Kingdom is right here, right now!
  • Tony shared from Insurrection: To Believe Is Human To Doubt, Divine by Peter Rollins
    Of course, the idea that belief in God is manifested in nothing other than the Christ-like tenure of our existence will strike much of the actually existing church as heresy. It suggests that one cannot claim to have knowledge of God if one does not exhibit a life of boundless love. Yet isn’t this the type of heresy that brings us close to the very heart of orthodox Christianity? As the book of James makes clear, the demons of hell can be said to have the correct empirical understanding of reality, and yet it does them no good at all.