Originally posted on October 25, 2012 Many people use, and believe, the expression, “the patience of Job”. Actually, Job was not a patient man. Perhaps a bit more patient than his lovely wife who told him to “Curse God and die!”– And his so-called friends who insisted God had exposed him for his wickedness. Their accusations had no … Continue reading WACK!! Welcome to my Most Profound 2×4 Moment Ever!
In 2007, Joshua Bell, a world-renowned violinist, dressed in ordinary street clothes and played his $3.5 million dollar violin at the metro station in Washington D.C.. Watch the reaction... That’s right. There was no reaction. Then, he went back. This time announced. Every time I watch these videos I wonder how often we think of … Continue reading Surely You Were in This Place
Okay, I can’t speak for everyone, but it certainly applies to me! My adventures into the great unknown – better known as graduate school – began just as it ended three years later. My initial question, “What am I doing here”? – morphed into my final, most profound, and current question, “Really! What am I doing here”? … Continue reading Theology Can Render You a Moron
Originally posted on May 21, 2012 Yesterday, I invited God to a whinefest, “I’m so sorry! Why do you put up with me? I can never seem to get this human thing right.” Paul and I are like kindred spirits, “For what I am doing, I do not understand. For what I will to do, that I … Continue reading How to be a Human – for Dummies