Day Bidet #84

There is a love deeper than theirs who seek only the happiness of their beloved:

  1. “He who loves his dream of a community more that the Christian community itself becomes a destroyer of the latter, even though his personal intentions may be ever so honest and earnest and sacrificial.”
  2. “I’ve watched a baby take her first steps and a saint breathe his last breath. But it’s that smile that pushes all seven wonders of the world from mind and memory and claims pride of place.” (Related: “On Saturday evenings, he would go out back and practice his Sunday sermons by preaching to his old mare he called ‘Evangeline.'” Related: “[E]very Sunday, she would cook a large meal after church, open to anyone who was hungry.”)
  3. “Malachi was indeed a prophet for his time and ours.”
  4. “Carnivore gave me back my mobility and my life.” (Related—you can’t trust the experts. Related. Related. Related. Related. Related. Related.)
  5. “Ten Reasons to Think Jesus Cleared the Temple Twice”
  6. Correct. Correct. (Related.) Woof.
  7. Evelyn Waugh: “To make an interior act of renunciation and to become a stranger in the world; to watch one’s fellow-countrymen, as one used to watch foreigners, curious of their habits, patient of their absurdities, indifferent to their animosities—that is the secret of happiness in this century of the common man.”

More:

Biased feedback…or (Related. Related: “Women are totally off and don’t really know what they want.” Related. Related—why, indeed.)

“What does the Bible Say about Dreams?”

Clown World. Clown World. Clown Church. Demon World. (Related. Related.) Demon World. (Related. Related.) Clown World Demon World Always Both World: “US officials are reportedly happy to plunge the world into a global recession and mounting hunger (starvation) to ensure that Russia doesn’t win in Ukraine.” (Related. Related—language warning. Related. Related.) But—lest we forget—a wondrous and beautiful world nonetheless. (Related: “Let me help you with your wings.”)

“Eighty and six years have I served Him, and He never did me any injury: how then can I blaspheme my King and my Savior?” (Related. Related.)

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