DOXASTIC OPENNESS “If you are a person of the same sort as myself, I should be glad to continue questioning you: If not, I can let it drop. Of what sort am I? One of those who would be glad to be refuted if I say anything untrue, and glad to refute anyone else who might speak untruly; but just as glad, mind you, to be refuted as to refute, since I regard the former as the greater benefit.” —Socrates in GorgiasShare
There is a fine line between burdens and blessings.Share
It takes give-and-take to stay in the moment.Share
R.I.P. Rich Freeman. The Amaretto was great while it lasted.Share
“Ralph, I am so proud of the father you were and the grandfather you have become.”
When she wants it she needs it and when she needs it she wants it.
Not necessarily in that order.Share
The sharper you cut your corners, the quicker you’ll get out of the box you might be in. 🙂Share
Perfect timing sometimes requires jumps of faith.
Babble in progress.
Perfect timing requires bold action?
A leap of faith is nothing more than bold action.
A leap of faith can always be nothing more than bold action whereas bold action can never be something less than a leap of faith.Share
There is a thin line between being a part of it and being apart from it.Share
If hindsight is 20-20 does that mean foresight is 40-40 or 10-10?Share
We were at BJ’s last night having a few biers with friends. The local Catholic priest, who shall remain nameless, was eating a pizza at the bar. I thought the pizza looked delicious from where I was sitting. I asked the bartender to order me what the priest was having.
That pizza was amazing! Maybe the best pizza ever. Upon the completion of our meal I decided to go talk to the Father…..
That’s when Janet stopped me dead in my tracks, saying: “Don’t do it, honey. Let him go in peace.”
There has always been too much choir preaching. How else to explain the gridlock in almost every human endeavor?Share
If this is this, what is that? That would be this. 🙂Share
Agreeing to disagree is less healthy than disagreeing to agree. Or, to put a more positive (less negative) spin on it, disagreeing to agree is healthier than agreeing to disagree. —R-U.S.Share
If there are exceptions to every rule there must be rules to every exception.
“For a man to be a true believer and to be strong and independent is impossible; religion and self-sufficiency are contradictory terms.”
—Dr. Albert Ellis, “Case Against Religion: A Psychotherapist’s View and the Case Against Religiosity,” 1980.Share
I am not worthy. Or am I? That is the question. 🙂Share
Some people have no idea what they’re doing, and a lot of them are really good at it. —G.C.Share
His click is tocking. 🙂Share
If only my observations would change maybe my thoughts would change, too. —R-U.S.Share