Reading “The Universal Christ” this Holy Saturday and seeing clearly that Christ’s resurrection restores the suffering of the world. It does not—as I was taught—redeem the sins of man. (Hamlet: “how weary, stale, flat, and unprofitable!”)
I’m priveleged that shedding evangelical thinking came so easy to young me and that as I totter into middle age I can wade back into spiritual thinking without trauma.
The last decade has been a Holy Saturday for me—now I’m ready to resurrect.
#Litfam lit up Citizens Bank Park today 😍
Trans and Non-Binary folx are heroes today and everyday #tdov
Counterclockwise Mandala of pondscum for us #buddhist6 folx today, we happy few.
Forgot this song existed for a decade or so. BRB gettin’ slain in the spirit:
Here’s a very generous article about our burglary at my print shop: https://www.courierpostonline.com/story/news/local/south-jersey/2019/03/19/camden-nj-printworks-robbed/3173628002/
I’ve been meditating for about 3 months, mostly inspired by #litfam. I went to an already-scheduled doctor’s appointment during my robbery crisis last week, knowing full-well my blood pressure would be through the roof and that I’d ask my doctor (yet again) to postpone starting statin therapy. Instead, amazingly, my BP was 128/85 (it’s usually 145/95). It was like a magic trick.
Queer adoptive parent. Lay priest in the church of agnosticism. East TN native. Philly is home. Age 37.
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