Thursday, June 18, 2009

Journal: June 18, 2009

This is a huge waste of my time, and yours.
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Remember Lot's wife, who turned into a salt-shaker after she went back to check her email one last time

11 comments:

  1. +JMJ+

    Ha! Insult your readers (and yourself) all you like . . . We'll all just keep coming back, won't we? ;)

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  2. Does it make me a bad person that I think that picture is absolutely hilarious? I mean, I know it's supposed to be Soddom and Gommorah, but...look at it!

    On a serious note, I like your blog. You make me think about things I wouldn't have thought about otherwise. Not a waste of my time, though you may have other things you need to do...I don't know.

    <3

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  3. Stop it your being a brat. Tell us a cool Jesus story , or a story of a great Saint, and how they struggled.
    Your building up the people of Christ while there is still time, and we are still free to do so.

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  4. Anonymous9:54 AM

    I like how the angel is holding poor Lot's confused hand, and the various uses of red here are thought provoking. As for salt, if all our fluids were stripped away, dehydrated, we'd become pillars who would have no life and could produce no fruit, no matter what happy or painful winepress of life was applied. That is pretty much what happens when we defy Him and thus cut ourselves off from the source of all Blood and Water; but also, when we look back by ourselves and not forward with Him, we can't move.

    We are salt, and we're supposed to be, but we're meant also to be fully human which is to say, needy of and deferential to our God. We must acknowledge that we are incapable of even sustaining life; but in giving that humble nod, in surrendering to our own dire vulnerability, we can and must trust that there is a tender Father of incredible might Who is super-aware of even His sparrows.

    Anything that makes one think--and especially if it makes one grow a bigger/compassion--is not a huge mutual waste of time.

    I hope you're feeling better today.

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  5. fr. Ray/Maryland9:56 AM

    I must be a salt shaker, because I am checking your blog every day just one more time

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  6. dear diary,

    today i had a tempermental hissy and no one noticed.

    terry, i will faithfully still read your blog but if it will help your peity i will never reply again.

    ;-P

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  7. Thanks y'all - I'll stop being a brat.

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  8. I always have time to visit you 'cause you continue to surprise...

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  9. Carolina is so highfreaking hilarious. She nailed it so to speak.
    Don't you just love Saints Mr.Terry, you can slap 'em around ,and they still love you, and come back for more.
    .......................
    Maybe you could schedule in a nap. ;)

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  11. Sounds like you need to have a little chat with Mrs Rabbitowicz.

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