Wednesday, October 13, 2004

Wednesday Meme

I haven't done one of these in a while, but this is one question I think I can write a little bit on: From What's On... Right Now?, "What's on your TV right now?" - NBC Nightly News. The last debate is tonight, and I want to see how much the parties are going to spin, and how much the networks are going to spin back. Somewhere in there, truth exists - but it's hard to find. Makes for good TV though - and if not, I'll be turning it to baseball on Fox.

Another Wednesday meme I found is Weird Ones - here's today's questions:
1. What household appliance are you most like and why?
Coffeepot. Self-explanatory.
2. What are the pros and cons of having a white tiger as a pet?
Pro - matches the pink elephants in the bathroom | Con - often hungry
3. Why do you torment me so?
Love is often like that
4. Whatcha gonna do when your little bird flies away?
Aim true
5. What are the functions of hair? How would it affect one to be without it?
Keeps one warm, which is why I often run up to bald people on the street and rub their heads, the friction replacing the escaping body heat (they don't usually appreciate that, but I'm persistent)


Blogger Calef said...

In your previous post, you spoke of God being a good father. You're a man of faith. But my feelings on faith are like your feelings on the debate tonight. There are so many ideas of God, faith and a higher order. Many voices add spin to their concpets of order and morality. How is anyone to make sense of it?

By looking out into the world, finding as much info as you can, and make a leap of faith.

13/10/04 8:39 PM  
Blogger Rick said...

thanks for hanging around, calef - i'd say this: truth and good faith will win in the end if you keep pushing through to get it. start anywhere, and if you're honest about wanting to find truth, you'll find it - even if it means leaving behind what has stopped working, or taking ahold of something you used to disagree with.

i guess what i'm trying to say is that taken at face value, Christianity has enough to bring alot of people in, but it als has enough to let you keep searching, keep changing, keep growing, keep modifying - and keep solidifying something worth keeping on the foundation of the relationship God really wants to have with us.

how's that? - thanks again, and peace to you.

13/10/04 10:38 PM  

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