Tuesday, September 26, 2006


I do enjoy philosophy most of the time, but as i sit here in my "History of Philosophy" class, i have to say i'm slipping.
it's been 2 1/2 hours of hearing things i not only have no interest in, but have no idea what their saying.. here's one quote from the class.

"This ambiguous supersession of it ambiguous otherness is equally an ambiguous return in itself"
(upon which the guy behind me said, "Jesus Christ."

you get the picture... I fail to see any reason why any human being should think like this..

Anyhow, I want everyone to tell me what philosophy courses they've took, so I can remember happy thoughts of free will and determinism, ethical dilemmas, and logical theorems.

Have a good one

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

hello friend,

i hope all you bloggers out there are feeling good about your classes and, if applicable, ministry reponsibilities. For most of us I imagine most days are like, wake up at 7am, work, eat, work, eat, chat, sleep. The days can get pretty long and often discouraging. Especially when you have deadlines looming and obligations that keep getting put off. Even when you don't have a lot going on, it's still to get anxious because.. well.. you don't have a lot going on.

Anyways, hope you all are managing the adventure of life well.

God bless.

P.S. read some Andrew Murray
"Moment by moment I'm kept in His love,
Moment by moment I've life from above"

Sunday, September 10, 2006

my apologies

je suis desole. I haven't blogged for awhile. I've been busy with stuff that other C4C would know all about, I've also moved onto rez and have had internet difficulty. But "excuses are like butts, everyone has one and they all stink (courtesy steve mckenzie)." Where there's a will, there's a way, and I had no will to blog. It was just easier to do my work and not contribute to this online community of sharing. Sorry everyone.

Anyhow, I'm back now with another Andrew Murray quote, "Let a man be what he will, you are to love him." I caught myself getting annoyed with ppl more frequently than i usually do this week. Worst of all, I wasn't stopping myself, rather I was believing I was somehow justified in disliking this person that had done me no wrong other than to exist in my social sphere. Murray hit it pretty well though. Even if these ppl (who are really nice) were evil, I am still called and even empowered to love them. No butts allowed.

Looking forward to another year of philosophy and throwing myself into life-changing situations.

God Bless