Today as we celebrate the birth of a dirt-poor infant conceived out of wedlock (ha) I hope to take time to be quiet, calm, and grateful.
I also want to recommend this post
. I really liked it, Quaker as it is but also speaking to what so many of us are thinking today.
Have a wonderful Christmas Day.
All the Best to your and yours!ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas, BG!ReplyDelete
Thanks very much for the pointer to this blog and posting. It's new to me and interesting.ReplyDelete
Same with Evagrius and a new look at avarice. While I share many of the same beliefs, such as the mental constructs of reality that lead us away from our essential nature and the truth, the writer describes it with a fresh eye that helps me see again how important it is.
With much gratitude,
Well yes, but shortly afterwords the three Magi (magic men) made Jesus a trust fund baby with gifts of Gold, Frankincense and Mir.
How else could Christ have the time to study and walk around talking to the masses, when most people had to work full time just to survive.
out of wedlock?ReplyDelete
I thought they were married....oh wait...you mean her partner was God? I think George Carlin would have something to say about that.