In response

to the many inquiries/complaints stemming from the lack of posts, I can only offer the truth. I have nothing inside to write at this point.

If anyone would like to guest post, please let me know.

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4 Responses to In response

  1. Sam says:

    All I’ve got are song lyrics:

    “When you’re dreaming with a broken heart,
    the waking up is the hardest part.
    You roll out of bed and down on your knees-
    and for a moment you can hardly breathe.”
    John Mayer, Dreaming with a Broken Heart

    “A thousand miles seems pretty far,
    but they’ve got planes and trains and cars.
    I’d walk to you if I had no other way….”
    Plain White T’s, Hey There Delilah

    And Scripture:

    “There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear.”
    1 John 4:18

    “For I will work a work in your days which you would not believe though it were told you.”
    Habakkuk 1:5

    Hold on Cheryl. And I’m repeating the same to myself.

  2. mom says:

    Try being someone else and blog for them. Well, it’s JUST and idea! Bright color, especially white, that comes out of the background of darkness is my very most favoritest art style–Chiroscuro. (That spelled right?) The darkest background makes the lightest object to appear most beautiful and glorious! Oh, “most beautiful and glorious”; that sounds like God/Jesus. Cheryl did not get her gift for writing from her mother!!!!!!!!!! So, Cheryl, come back and rescue your blogroll friends from this goofball non-writer/mom writer. I Love you sooooooooooooooooooooooomuch!

  3. Hope says:

    I have some very serious words to quote here to encourage you.

    “Shake ‘n Bake!” ~ Ricky Bobby, Talladega Nights

    “Marwage. Dat bwessed awangment. Dat dweam wifin a dweam!” ~Clergy from Princess Bride

    “Flames! On the side of his face.. heaving… burning!” ~Mrs White from Clue

    “Come Nadia! Let us dance like children of the night!” ~ So I Married An Axe Murderer

  4. John Henderson says:

    How can it be that, not just in some back-water of tyranny where there is no other way of redressing wrongs, but in the most modern, democratic and humane societies, young men and women devote themselves to fanatical cold-blooded brutality, with total contempt for human life and society? It is not any ordinary criminal motive that inspires them but an ideal, however twisted.

    Terrorism is only one of the symptoms of the strange contradictions in our civilization; a civilization so clever, so humane , so rational and progressive; yet so stupid, so cruel, so lost and despairing. Anyone who thinks and feels about the world we live in must be to some degree aware of these incompatible aspects.

    Psychologists, philosophers, sociologists and historians have claimed this or that as the root of the trouble, and the causes must be complex. To most people it would seem an unlikely idea that philosophy itself could be a main cause; that the ideas of philosophers about the way we know our world could so disastrously affect the way it is.

    This conclusion, however has become more and more compelling. As we trace what has led to the disasters in Europe in this century. A terribly mistaken understanding of what science is has distorted our whole outlook and alienated men from their powers of understanding the world. We will now begin to question this scientific world view……. Oh wait, how much space do I have?

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