A friend recently posted this to a social media account:
Sometimes I sit quietly and wonder why I’m not in a mental asylum.
Then I take a good look around me and realize… maybe I am.
Yes, they meant this as a joke, but when I first read this, I couldn’t shake it. The more that I thought about it, the more that it stirred me. As I continued to ponder it, the following question came to mind:
The United States presidential election process has completed. The outcome is not how I voted but I trust the system. It is not a perfect system and it could be made better but it is the best that there is in my opinion. It is time to accept the undisputed outcome as we continue to pray for peace and divine mercy.
It has been nearly five years since my last blog post, but not really—I have made many posts on various social media platforms over the intervening years. While some of them might rise to the level of an otherwise functional blog post, most of them are mostly missives or rants, or otherwise ephemeral nothings of lesser enduring value. This is going to change. As of now.
The universal enslavement of humanity is being prepared before our eyes, even under our noses. The question is not whether our bondage will be technological or social, enforced or embraced; their is no conflict between “1984” and “A Brave New World”. Continue reading Why I Support Ron Paul for US President
I recently was asked by one of the minors who I know through my work in youth ministry as to why I had never added him as a online (Facebook) friend, especially since I had friended quite a few of his peers. Here is my response.