moving, thought provoking film featuring the fantastic Anthony Scher, Eddie Marsan and others.
in Auschitz, jewish prisoners put God on trial in absentia for abandoning the Jewish people. the question is if God has broken his covenant with the Jeweish people by allowing the Nazis to commit genocide.
investigation into the human condition.
connection to suffering.
introspection and inward peace.
science may learn, interact, join and explore.
yes, it was a beautiful blue sky day; the hint of hay in the air across the fields, sweet in the nose.
spring entering the soul and radiating warmth. basking more appropriate than questioning, no?
we must all think alike after all.....
as it was at mine... there was probably a good excuse.
Apparently we all took the weekend off...
you really are sulking aren't you, CB?!!!!! Lama-badgo?......
and love the fact that Mary started a new topic and no one has posted there yet for 2 days!! good work everyone!!
I was going to make a suggestion that everyone should have a big group hug and a nice cup of tea, but then I decided not to as it might be taken wrongly as a case of the bland leading the partially slighted.
By the way, both Douglas Adams and Christopher Hitchens have published instructions for making a perfect cup of tea.
Is about 1100 words at this point. And most of it is just a schoolboy memory of mine. It may see the light of day, but I need to let it ferment a bit, I think, let it stew while I forget about it and then come back to it with fresh eyes. And read what says -- right now I'm reading what I THINK that I wrote, which I often find is not always the same as what I really did write.
And the fish line cracked me up...I was still hanging in Douglas Adams-land, and you, Nakanopi, were actually on-topic.