An Encounter in Time There once was a boy, and he sat one afternoon in the middle of his living room holding a toy tractor. He knew it was his living room, but he did not know why. … Continue reading
Started reading Gregory of Nyssa’s On the Making of Man. ‘…the wisdom of God has transposed these properties, and wrought unchangeableness in that which is ever moving, and change in that which is immovable; doing this, it may … Continue reading
Turns out I still have a pad here. Who knew? So, it seemed meet and right that I should stop by and look around. There is a lot of dust, I have to say, and it’s cold. I’m afraid a … Continue reading
We are leaving The Pebbled Shore, and returning to our old haunt at Endlessly Rocking: http://endlesslyrocking2.blogspot.com/. This is merely the intermediate state of the thing. There are changes coming, and I hope to reach a great many more potential readers … Continue reading
1. We might hope the sun will cease to kill and make alive after some millions of years have passed and seas have boiled away leaving sand and stone blown smooth, that all seen and unseen will be remade in … Continue reading
Rain wind and snow, a sore throat, a fever – it’s not the end of the world, it’s just finally *winter*. As for tomorrow, I suspect Roland Emmerich has cameras all over the world ready to capture footage of the … Continue reading
For some reason the line breaks don’t work. Sigh.