Just thought this had something to say about the way we should value and cherish and care for people, and consider them “good” … (and I am having a short lunch break, after taking my turn in the staff lunch room to heat up my rare leftovers, so will leave the rest up to C.S.
Today I realised what has been missing from my life for months. I went digging for some CDs on my way out to work and rediscovered the “Life is Beautiful” CDs from ABC Classic FM. I am currently obssessed with the Cradle Song by Skinner from the second CD. Ahhh the cello. You could soothe
Following on from the Alanis Morrissette’s song, I was actually having a discussion with my brother-in-law recently about the pursuit of personal glory, beauty, significance and security and all that sort of thing. He made the comment that for most people unconditional love is not enough – that if love can spring from at least two sources,
I went to a writing group last Saturday, at which we began, getting our ‘juices flowing’, by attempting to write about a song. The song I cut short when I turned off the ignition in my car upon arrival was “That I would be good” by Alanis Morrissette, so feeling out of creative sorts I
I have gone blog quiet of late, mainly because I have been attempting to write a doctrine essay, which is due in tonight. I chose the question for which the answer was the least apparent to me, which seemed like a good idea at the time, but I have since concluded that that is not