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Bailey Gillespie

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faith and culture

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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