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Bailey Gillespie

Wholeness is a Journey

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faith and culture

Dating Your Career: Thoughts on College, Courage, and Vocation

One of the rewards of working in the William Jessup University Learning Commons is working alongside two lovely career counselors, who are always down to "talk about life" if they aren't already networking in the community or slammed with student... Continue Reading →

Why Saying No is so Hard for an Enneagram Type 2

Why is saying no so dang hard? I'll give you the short answer first. According to The Enneagram Institute, Type Twos are defined as being "generous, demonstrative, people-pleasing, and possessive," known for slipping into "doing things for others in order... Continue Reading →

The Ogre’s Castle and the Cottage: Reflections on the Two-Fold Nature of Art

This opinion piece was written for my Writing for Media & Public Relations graduate course. Originally submitted on 12/5/2016, it fits into my media kit by providing an argument for how¬†songwriters can use their music as a form of hospitality... Continue Reading →

Hutchmoot 2016 + The Mission of Resonance

In the Woody Allen film¬†Midnight in Paris, you walk away from the story feeling like you've woken up from a dream. Eyes not quite adjusted to daylight yet, ears still mesmerized by the nightclub jazz piano and the murmuring of... Continue Reading →

In Defense of the ‘Religious Right’

Before you read this, I want you to know (if you don't already) that I am the last person to jump into a culture/political finger-pointing match, which is why it has taken a lot of thought and sentence-deleting to get... Continue Reading →

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