Garry actually asked me why I don’t write about dogs. I had a hard time explaining that in addition to the idea, you need a “book concept,” an idea of where you will start, finish, and what’s going to happen… Read More ›
god and gods
Fandango’s Provocative Question #32 For this week’s provocative question, I am going to do something I haven’t before done in my provocative question prompt. I’m going to post something a fellow blogger wrote. In this case, the blogger is Judy Dykstra-Brown,… Read More ›
In medieval times, life revolved around the church, and the year was marked out by a series of religious festivals, customs and holidays of which Christmas and Easter were the main events. But contrary to many a modern perception, people…
This week’s provocative question is a spinoff of a question that Melanie (Sparks From a Combustible Mind) asked in her last Share Your World post. That question from Melanie got me thinking about fate and predestination. So here’s this week’s provocative question…. Read More ›
These may be the funniest guys ever … except for maybe Monty Python … sometimes Mel Brooks … and Carl Reiner … These guys were first and somehow, they are just perfect, even today. So in this passage, we explain… Read More ›
BEYOND THE FRINGE – TAKE A PEW Because for reasons unknown, being hirsute is offensive to God. And from this, Monty Python was born. You may put away your bibles. Don’t forget to drop some money in the basket.
What is Salvation But the Salvage of Your Soul? Someone asked a pastor with whom I am acquainted (online) if he had any proof that praying on the Internet accomplished anything. He said “No. The prayer is really for you!” Still… Read More ›