Month: April 2009

Drs Harrelson

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Candybugs

Candybugs and cataract water – spilling into one small moment large brains and puzzles saturate with the distraction of a ticking daydream vigor. Reflectful moments of reprise with apes following into the gorge, the essential small moments that perform the needed function of a holy spirit in our brain.

Twitter as Graffiti

Twitter is cultural graffiti. In other words, don’t dismiss it, even when folks tweet about the sweet potato pancakes they had for breakfast. And if you do dismiss Twitter, please conjure up another adjective besides narcissistic.

Voodoo Universe (Golgotha Beats)

I manage time but still loose heart, my brain vertigo hemorrhage of gravitons and gluons. Hands whirl on a silver circle on the office wall, timing the heart beats until Golgotha. I smell the stench of veneer and hide in the cave of your atlantis. Yet I cannot stop the goose skin death ticking of apollo’s paycheck. Time itself is measured in sticky melted wax drawn on a wall with a smelly grin. Yet, I …

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Peniel

Mystical moist night air points me to the cavern on the green hill under the shadow of the birch tree. Hearing myself speak, I turn to wrestle the Jabbok on a river of self penance and blame. You touch my hip and I quake. You spit in my eye and I see You burn my lips with coal and I taste. You clasp my head and I hear. Just then when the earth spun, you …

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In Between

Between us there is a pen and a paper. And a spider web of neural pathways fired by electricity. And tendons that moves bone that move flesh. And keys on a keyboard that are depressed. And a spider web of wires fired by electricity. And pixels. And photons emitted by bulbs. And nitrogen, oxygen and carbon dioxide. And a lens that contracts because of the photons. And a retina that filters some of what I …

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Beach Baby

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Buying Mulch

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Things I Like

Beyond this space, there are a couple of other places where I regularly share things I’ve enjoyed reading, watching or thinking about on the web. 1. Google Reader Shared Items: I subscribe to a number of RSS feeds and share about a dozen items a day on topics such as religion, astronomy, science fiction and tech. 2. Delicious Bookmarks: I’m regularly updating my Delicious bookmarks as I come across interesting things on the web. The …

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Bailing Out McCulture

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, said on Sunday that the recession had allowed people to realise that there is more to life than possessions and pleasure. He said, “The present financial crisis has dealt a heavy blow to the idea that human fulfilment can be thought about just in terms of material growth.” via christiantoday.com let’s pray he’s right and this isn’t just a “market cycle” of downturned consumption.

RIP Rev. Stanley L. Jaki

In later works Father Jaki explored the boundary between science and religion; he believed the two were compatible and mutually reinforcing, and in 1987 he received the Templeton Prize, the annual award given for advancing the quest to understand God. “I believe there is a basic misunderstanding which has existed for hundreds of years and will continue to persist about the ‘creationist problem,’ ” he said in an interview with The New York Times after receiving …

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Brittle Molecular Bonds: How the Flood Really Happened

Often it does seem a pity that Noah and his party did not miss the boat. -Mark Twain What has consistently drawn me to the study of the Bible is my never-ending fascination with the parts of this collection of literature, history, oral tradition, repurposings, fables, parables, stories, moralities that lend themselves to seeing the whole as a collective spider web of many disparate and conflicting modules. As a qualifier, this does not mean that …

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