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The Age of Radical Evil, by Chris Hedges — Rise Up Times

I can't think of a better term for it than radical evil.  On a related note, my pandora radio has been acting up since my trip out of range this weekend, so I was forced to surf radio channels.  I happened across a talk radio conversation where a person with the most pitiful sounding voice… Continue reading The Age of Radical Evil, by Chris Hedges — Rise Up Times

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Good Father Damien

Image by imazite from Pixabay Father Damien had been a priest at the parish affectionately known as The Triangle for 7 years as of today. The Triangle was called such due to the triangle shape of the church and because of the triangle-shaped property it sat on at the intersection of Larry, Moe, and Shemp… Continue reading Good Father Damien

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Not that God

image link The Word of the Day Challenge is hymn.  Fandango's One Word Challenge is contrast. Every Sunday, it was the same routine. Same old sermons, same old songs. Until that one Sunday, when our pastor was gone and we had a substitute. The substitute was a young woman who had spiked blue hair, a… Continue reading Not that God

horror · justice · mature audiences only · PTSD · religion · Word of the Day Challenge

Father John (content warning)

image link The following is drawn loosely from a documentary I saw and from watching scary movies.  Please be warned there is disturbing content and imagery that may be triggering.   The elderly priest shuffles down the stone path, carefully balancing with his cane, which is carved with the long-suffering face of a blood-soaked, thorn-crowned… Continue reading Father John (content warning)

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The Birth of Religion

image link Aquarium meditation percolates this and that to the surface.  One thought leads to another, as thoughts are wont to do. Many times they are about the fish and the way of fish in an aquarium. The thought trail begins as such. One-sided relationships. Me, watching fish in the aquarium. I watch them and… Continue reading The Birth of Religion