TELLING THE TRUTH IS CRAZY IN A WORLD FULL OF LIES - Kanye West [22.38] : Goon-a be, not a, long-read and bis a bobs, 'till midnight. On Fredo... 'needs a rewind' /s... Going: Church Talk, and Gil. Re-look at Colours. Violence erupts, over the weekend, 30 teens on Delgarno Gardens. Block next to mine, decade, before last five in Ed S.' ends. My last long-local, church, an HTB 'plant' (ed), congregation/shared, with existing one/now, an Indie. Ch. St. Francis. /// MJ 2020 20, Fredo/First/Second (?) / Duppy? Best, so far? [Jumped off at 00:05, peace, all.]
JimDandy: “Cool” is a subjective term.
Certainly it is. Not only is it difficult to define, but the entire subject of what makes someone or something “cool” is in grave need of exploration. What’s cool to me isn’t necessarily cool to you. “Cool” has some relationship to . . .
Waiting on... God.
Gray never bought the idea that his book was a handbook for despair. His subject was humility; his target any ideology that believed it possessed anything more than doubtful and piecemeal answers to vast and changing questions. The cat book is written in that spirit. If . . .
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9pm. Post complete 'on the fly' ... text, 'pon a skank.
Feelin' missin'..., and all of that, and, sax make-me, 'appy...
The Origin of Baseball
Been a, Forming, Storming, Norming, in the Morn.. . .
OFF AT 19.01, CHARLES THE MAN on Plantaseed.org.uk When I See You Next... NEXT TS, 1971 pt. 3. On Tammi, and all.
So, how do these commentators cope with that which is hidden in plain view? How do the best of them handle knowing the conspiracy scams? Sure, some don’t believe/refuse to look too closely and/or have a personal philosophy that justifies silence. Of course there’s survival and loved ones to consider but at the top end, and . . .
SUNDAY SCHOOL, NEXT.
There are two upfront reasons to 'go dark' i.e. learn to live with candles etc. and fast a lot. Go OMAD. And from there, disengage from the 'things of this world'.
First is sound acclimatising preparation. Second is about mechanics. What's the pump and . . .