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Monday, July 23, 2018

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It's a great song; an Irish song, and yes, I'm Irish, through and through. I Knew my catechism before I could walk, and strode up to the alter at seven with the other little girls and boys; me in my snow white mini wedding dress and the little lads in their brand spanking new suits. It was great. All we had to do was swallow the body of this bloke called Christ who saved us all, never farted in public and threatened us with damnation every day in class, and then we'd get loads of mulas. The old money! Gawd.. it was great. Those were the days. Yup, the grass was deffo greener - and that... Read More

Try as the atheist might to manipulate objective data to fit their hypothesis with some evolutionists going so far as to invoke the law in order to suppress perspectives conflicting with their origins account, the assumptions of atheism fail to square with the facts of nature and with the revelation of nature's God. At one time earlier in the modern era, it was quite common for the atheist to portray himself as the true friend and ally of science. However, as impartial observational science has probed deeper onto the macroscopic realm of cosmic space as well as the microscopic world of the... Read More

If the Middle Ages are to stand in history books as the Age of Faith, it could be equally asserted that the nineteenth, twentieth, and twenty-first centuries will no doubt be remembered as the Era of Unbelief. Whereas unbelievers in the Middle Ages were careful in how they expressed their theological doubts for fear of befalling persecution, theists (be they Protestant, Catholic, or Orthodox Jew) have today learned selectivity in how they go about expressing challenges to the prevailing lack of belief impacting fundamental cultural institutions such as government, academia, and the scientific... Read More

My favorite kind of friend is the one who knows you so well that just by hearing your voice on the phone or seeing your face, they know exactly what kind of mood your in and just what you need. It is as if as the years pass, we develop a type of telepathic ear to one anothers empathy and nurturing needs. Well I needed a break from NYC, some peace and quite, so my girlfriend decided to invited me along to a cabin on the lake in the middle of nowhere, five hours north of Chicago.Fresh air. Wide open spaces. Beautiful lake views. Trees. Chirping Birds not drowned out by honking automobiles. Looking... Read More

I asked my mother, What is love? She said, A mother is love.

I said, what if you die? does love die too?

I asked my friend, What is love? She said it is when we feel each other even when we are far apart. I said, but you live far away, you are busy all the time with your job, your family your other interests... She said, yea, but sometimes love is like that.

I asked God, what is love? He said, I AM LOVE. I asked, so how do I know your love?

He said, I gave you my Sun. She is a powerful, bright, constant source of warmth and light. She was the first of my imaginings... Read More

I guess it’s true that you don’t know you’ve lost something until you look for it and realize it isn’t there anymore. That’s the definition of losing. When you leave your jacket at a restaurant, to you it might not be missing until you go to put it on the next day. Timing is key when it comes to loss. If you call the restaurant the next day, chances are they’ll have your jacket. You wait a week and it could be gone forever.

Somewhere down the line in the context of my past relationship I lost the most important thing I own: my own personal philosophy. "I swear by my life, and... Read More

I thought my dog was having a serious running dream, but no it was another quake.

Having recently moved to the desert in California, we have had two quakes, which were felt, dozens which only registered on a siesmic monitor. This recent one was felt and yet rather mild, it didn’t wake the sleeping dog.

I wasn't bothered enough to get up to check the Cal. Poly earthquake center.

But even if this one wasn’t the “Big One”, it will eventually happen or so it is predicted. Which makes me go to my fantasy of having beach front property. But you live in the desert are you... Read More

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