Posted by: DanutM | 30 June 2012

DanutM:

Sam continues his campaign of postmodern missionary work. Beautiful.

Originally posted on According to Sam:

The real goal of growing-up spiritually is to embrace doubt. A true Christian in my books  is at best hesitant.

In Gethsemane, the agony of Christ tells us  about hesitation in the face of destiny rather than over-confidence.

Too much emphasis on trusting gods and their (self-appointed) messengers, the absolute power of absolute hell-and-heaven tandem has been, paradoxically,  too often the cause for blindness when assessing the reality in the, still religion-obsessed, society.

In the face of sudden crisis at basic needs level we find ourselves caught un-guarded, and our true (and brutally honest) colours come out for all to see.

Matthew Parris in his article in The Times today “Sure, we are angry. But are we sure about what about?” tells it again like it is:

“This is the Age of Disenchantment. We’re all going to hell in a handcart and it wasn’t meant to be like…

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