RSSArchive for September, 2017

Sep

27

Judas at Christ’s Ascension

Judas at Christ’s Ascension “Mesdames et messieurs, ladies and gents, move in, draw near.” not in a hawker’s hawk, delivered more like prayer, in the present tense, sotto voce, he cared not to have the master hear. The Master knew every word before it was spoken, who gave and who could not. The Master knew […]

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Sep

24

Heaven’s Witness

2 patients….smokers, 54, with cancer….one actually died on the operating table, ..witnessed Heaven and returned ….her description is like all the others we know who have died and returned (ie they don’t talk with their mouths up there, they think and it is heard, sort of like the way i pray often)…. was talking to […]

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Sep

20

The Road to Emmaus

The Road to Emmaus Mood restrained they talk in somber tones how Romans ripped the muscles of his back off bones, such beating as the one they’d grown to love was given. They walk to Emmaus. They are running away in fear. Malchus, was it Malchus? Perhaps this was the reason he is unnamed, unnamed […]

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Sep

17

After Darkness

After Darkness Before darkness sets in after sun goes down as sight begins to fade, a certain sadness makes its way across the belly… on the bay, waves, as lights like little suns reflect on still water from the other side and beckon fade across the sleepy lake. Loss of light collides with loss of […]

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Sep

10

Why Shouldn’t You?

Why Shouldn’t You? Why shouldn’t you get excited, tulips have as many genes as a human, though somehow their genome is so much bigger. This beauty of the field tucked into pockets of sand and gravel with ample sun and rain from distant lands caused such excitement times were where fortunes made and lost in […]

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Sep

6

Coptic Parade

Coptic Parade Addis Ababa….1949 Mother said stay on the porch, to watch hold on the rail, they won’t bother you. Ever know a little boy’s curiosity to get the better of what he’s been told? Out on the road, Monday morning terrified, these strong smelling men blowing horns, beating drums, praising in Amharic the risen […]

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Sep

4

Take Euclid

Take Euclid Take Euclid, take him to the store and get some eggs etc and make yourself an axiomatic cake, something you can roll across the floor. Make it a marble cake. Build a logic from this, the cornerstone of evolution, the first living cell. Did I say living, yes, living the life of ease […]

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