Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Daddy on the Edge of a Referral (and the briefest of comments about the mosque)


Sorry I've been away from BlogsVille lately. I see some people's blogs and they've already logged 60 entries for August and I start to feel about as inadequate as I might in the Knicks locker room. I just can't do that. I know it might not seem like it, but I put a lot of thought into my entries - I struggle with what I'm trying to say until I feel like it doesn't suck. Or maybe only sucks a little bit.

That is not to say that more proficient writers are somehow more sucky than Daddy - on the contrary, these guys are great - clear, concise - I got no problem with these guys, except for the fact that I'm not one of them. However, I am now going to refer you to one of them. A FaceBook friend referred me to this guys blog, and I liked his style - smells like a toned down version of Daddy with a little more schooling. Here he is - check him out;

As for me, I'll be writing again soon. I think I'm building up to something, but I need time to sort out the gray matter. I wasn't going to write at all about the Mosque that's not a mosque, but the more I think about it, the more I think I have something to say. Here it is;

The events which occurred on 9/11 were acts of Satan. They were acts of Evil.

The activity of a mosque that serves the community at large is an act of God. It is an act of Good.

Burning a Koran on 9/11 is an act of Satan, even if it is a Minister doing the burning. It is an act of Evil.

Forgiveness of those that have wronged us, and tolerance of others - love toward each and every human being on the planet, no matter what has occurred in the past - these are acts of Good.

These are the teachings of Jesus Christ.

This is the will of God.

'Nuff Said.

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