I did not sleep last night until 5am. I slept then for 3hrs and went to work a real zombie.
After my little adventure yesterday, I was feeling shaky. Jenny’s house has 2 automatic gates with remote control, every window and doors have metal bars, there is an alarm system and emergency buttons. And yet I did not feel safe.
It rained most of the day, like yesterday, and I stayed at Jenny’s. At 3pm, the rain turned to a drizzle and I was feeling nutty, locked up in the house for 2 days in front of the computer. I needed some fresh air. I decided to brave the drizzle and go for a short walk. Little did I know, I’d had more than a drizzle to brave.
Today is apparently a big day for
“95% of the world is missing.” Where is it hiding? How could we have overlooked it so far? I’m puzzled.
It is interesting to think on the crusades. When the crusaders arrived in
Nowadays, the “Christians” countries feel unsafe face to the threat of the
Intransigence and narrow mind ness cost a lot to those crusaders in the end. Be careful of what it might cost today.
“To sin” comes from the ancient Greek, it meant to miss the target, the purpose.
If a man went too high, he fell far outside his limits as a man. If he fell too low, he did not live up to what was expected of him as a man. To sin was to miss being what you were meant to be, to err being a man.
Isn’t that a great concept?
What an eye-opener! I just found a new way to look at my life and how to face my fate.