Day Bidet #50

Though lovers be lost love shall not:

  1. “The father does not demonstrate love in response to his son’s confession. Rather, out of his own compassion he empties himself, assumes the form of a servant, and runs to reconcile his estranged son.” (Related.)
  2. “[P]articipants who are in high positions of power … are less able to adopt the visual, cognitive or emotional perspective of other people, compared to participants who are powerless.” (As Sirius Black said: “If you want to know what a man’s like, take a good look at how he treats his inferiors, not his equals.”)
  3. “Normal everyday consciousness and life is right where God meets me. No show, production, emotional high, ecstatic state, or chemicals needed.”
  4. Where’s the lie? Where’s the lie? Where’s the lie? (Related.) Where’s the lie? Where’s the lie? Where’s the lie?
  5. “When we speak of historical confirmations of the accuracy of the gospels and Acts, this is the type of thing we have in mind.”
  6. “I cannot begin to tell you how many families with young children I see who are unduly stressed precisely because they allow their children to run the show and be the center of the universe.” (Related.)
  7. “It is not the case that God is 50% love and 50% wrath. Rather God is 100% love.”


Carnivore success story. Carnivore success story. Carnivore success story. Vegan…lack-of-success story. (Related: Lift heavy weights to burn more fat. Related.)

“Can Christians Swear or Take Oaths?”

“The totalitarian governments, complicated hierarchies, and repressive social codes that confront the protagonists of YA fiction map well onto the lived experience of 21st century YA life.”

Tolkien: “The essence of a fallen world is that the best cannot be attained by free enjoyment, or by what is called ‘self-realization’; but by denial, by suffering.”

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