new photo blog

i started this blog in 2006, and it's shifted along with my interests through the years. it's been witness to a lot of learning for me...

still, i feel that i need a home for my photography -- so from now on, i'll be posting my pictures on the journal on my reworked website. if you like my photos, you might decide to follow me there!

my first post is here -- check it out!

as for this blog, i'm not sure what will happen. i don't think i'm willing to let it go, and certainly i'll keep it as an archive, but i need some time to figure it out.

for those of you that pop in from time to time, thanks for the visits and encouragement.

Wednesday, April 08, 2009

the thing that made the things for which there is no known maker

'the thing that made the things for which there is no known maker and that causes and directs the events that we can't otherwise explain and which doesn't need to have been made and is the one thing from which to ask for things that no human can give and without him we can't be fully happy and is unlimited by all the laws of physics and never began and will never finish and is invisible but is actually everywhere at once and who is so perfect that even if he killed millions of people, including babies, he still would be perfect and who is so powerful and magical that he can even make a virgin pregnant if he wanted to...'

via RD


  1. good one!

    maybe we should start thinking about translating a couple of things (with known makers, though unknown would be even better - no copyright ;-)

  2. I think this video has become viral now... Just included it in my blog.

    What a week of religious fervor...and most people aren't even aware of what they're doing...

    Just the other day, I was downtown and saw people dressed up rehearsing Passion of Christ "play" in Trinity church in Manhattan. And, they were lots of them reading from the book... this and that, etc.... They believe they are reading historical truths!

    But, even further, what is the message of Easter??? Seriously, ask your religious friends about it. Have they really thought of it?

  3. i'm told that the message is forgiveness.

    btw, easter for orthodox christians, which is what most greeks believe they are, is next week.