So – discussing this little experiment with a friend and the question came up of why use the word random in the title of this blog. Sure – random can connote a wandering from topic to topic – but even more importantly random implies … “any”. As in any old. Random suits better than generic – because there’s too much of a “low quality” flavor to the word generic. There is an exact opposite flavor going on here from the terms unique or exceptional. Not only do I have no expertise in these things – only a longing to grow – but frankly – I’m not sure how you measure extraordinary qualities when it comes to mysticism. Those who are most fluid and compelling with their words could be most misleading – or not – and I am quite concerned about possibility of flying off the rails – but greatly comforted by the clarity and purity of passion to know Him and Him only in this pursuit.
- speaking of names …
- Pickle knows how to grow carrots
- What’s your name?
- Was David an insomniac?
- preach the gospel at all times – and when necessary use words
- a quiet kind of Lent
- So if Lent is so awesome – why did so many stop observing it?
- A Brief Look at Lent – in Ancient times
- modern martyrdom in the land of Mc D’s?
- Diary of a Martyr