Well if ya get wet ya get wet.– An old woman said to me after walking through the brutal thunder, lightening, wind and rain storm.
Let your soul stand ajar, always ready to welcome the ecstatic experience....
Back home- la la casa
After a delightful Megabus ride back into Minneapolis, MN and a lovely evening with my friend Chris, I am back in my home town of Hudson, WI. I got in around 6pm and stayed in the cities for the night. I enjoyed catching up and sharing the company with Chris and his roommate Mike then heading to a great restaurant called Psycho Suzies http://psychosuzis.com/ AND watching Moulin Rouge-...
Milwaukee sure knows how to throw a party.
Bastille days and Jazz festival have been GREAT so far. Let me recount… Its the 30th anniversary of Milwaukee celebrating this important French uprising event and they know how to throw a party. There was plenty of entertainment, music, food of all kinds and places to spend your money. For one part of the festivities, I participated in the “charging” of the Bastille, a 5k run...
The prison of want
To a minister of counseling: "I've lost everything" bemoaned a man in the midst of a financial collapse.
"Oh, I'm sorry to hear that you've lost your faith."
"No," the man corrected him, "I haven't lost my faith."
"Well, then I'm sad to hear that you've lost your character."
"I didn't say that," he corrected. "I still have my character."
"I'm so sorry to hear that you've lost your salvation."
"That's not what I said," the man objected. "I haven't lost my salvation."
"You have your faith, your character, your salvation. Seems to me," the minister observed, "that you've lost none of the things that really matter."