Stomping down in torrential rain on a bus-less road and miles from town, offered a middle-aged man a lift. He smiled and tapped his wrist saying, "no thanks, I'm on the clock". Liked hearing it, suited my mood. The idea we need voluntary demands and the timing is applicable in body and mind.
All too demanding a read will be Richard D Hall's Night Of The Bang? The situation and way... too many, yet delining by the day in droves. Hallelujah.
As goes and most of what's contained in this blog, tis all too much for our little noggins.
Convinced the bangs are needed and an awakening to lies; disengagement from the liars' ways i.e. and e.g., no personal smart(?) phone, and cash-use wherein possible; and calls to God for intervention and rescue.
Write to readers that I don't expect to visit here and the messages' relevant. All an exercise of expression and cry in the wilderness. Appropriate as a transition (for me) to get off the web and screen-fast. To suggest screens are the underrated menace isn't something anyone wants to believe. The benefits would seem a painful way off. Yet, am up to cold showers and regular food fasting. Not into the sea and or more than intermittent, and a couple of days, but it becomes easier on the way and likewise with truth-seeking.
We have to get out in the rain without anything but miles ahead of us and pace away in a determination and an eye on the time we'd like it to take. A repeated claim is the 'two opposing views' and stand in the middle is a muscle in our mind. If we sit in arrogance and ignorance we're unable to break into grown-up thinking and stick about in ice-cream and jelly ways; in a sweet/sugar-coated come, flabby/wobbly state.
Richard D Hall is a man of valour. Wonder how he feels..., how about alive and conscious to humanity and love? What he does is care and live the man. Live up and into the wind and battering. Why doesn't he give up? Because he's been strengthening inside over years that truth is better than fiction, at least in living a genuine life that counts.
Reading a book and a Christian testifying, while looking for intellectual substance to their faith. Another is by a philosopher and Christian offering apologetics and 'why believe'?
Both reach out to the claims of contemporary cosmological thinking. They're convinced the big bang and evolution, with quantum physics are to be embraced. This explains, they reckon, the conundrum and consciousness and time. Unlike the Open Theist (me) they don't think the question God is timeless is worth consideration.
They write of overwhelming evidence, never a thought and the alternatives outside of an Overton window.
In looking for a challenge, they go on about the one test upon and 'God is good'?; —Auschwitz.
Did truthscoop.net/rational-redundancy on it and how it is the one we must mention and mustn't? The context is determined by our attitude and this... our altitude. We live low and hiding behind avoidance and fear -or- get up and have the guts and grandeur we're born with?
At almost and hour. Am on that clock.
The cosmos and what happened during WW2 isn't what we're told or have believed. Anyone with courage to discover will find the in-ya-face nonsense and anomalies, the impossibilities and contrary accounts.
Yet, that isn't an interest or an issue unless we're human-beings not programmed dupes. Because that's what it is... a takeover of our inner lives. In my theological outlook, by spirits with subtle enough workings to seem indivisible to psychology and natural moods.
There's observational -and- experimental (scientific) evidence.
We'll become troubled more-than-not as the shifts coming take place if we do ourselves in mind and thinking.
Christine Massey on the evidence and the experimental.
An hour is up and writing.
And the hours are upon us in 2023 to THINK straight or sink lower?
Add a vid. (would watch if did): Catherine Austin Fitts.