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New feature in the right-hand margin: 'Sticks'

Stick-figure drawing(s) linked under the 'Essential' posts...

Regarding the first stick diagram: if you don't make efforts you get dragged up scraping your nose at each step. When you make efforts and climb up on your own two feet you develop at each step. Either way you'll get up there, but the person who makes efforts will be in much better shape at the top... (It can also be argued that that hook in your heart is what enables you to 'see' the steps to begin with, and gives you a desire to climb them...)


Blogger Jeff said...

Well, it's an effective graphic for those who will look!

Reading your comments on the last post, I kept thinking how very NICE you are in all sorts of ways. I'm sure you don't aspire to be thought nice, but it frustrates me that more people don't see it.

People will probably remember what you say more than you think they will. Your character and style give your message a vibrancy that will stick with people far more and far longer than most of the pablum that they crave.

I'll be thinking about you tomorrow while I DO my holidays; I remember you said you don't them much these days. Here's hoping that something that makes you happy or that satisfies you deeply in some way comes to you.

November 23, 2005 at 7:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Jesus who is infinitely merciful, will not fail to give you now and then a respite from the trial He has sent you. He is so good that He will never allow you to give in. The trial is a very hard one, but the Lord who is so very, very good will not fail to lighten the Cross from time to time."

--Padre Pio

November 23, 2005 at 9:11 AM  

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