Dec. 4, 2008 at 8:50am
A lovely scene unfolded as I drove to work so I braved the cold down in Thea Foss Park and snapped the following photos. Just thought I'd share. Enjoy!
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by jessicac on 12/4/2008 @ 10:12am
|Very pretty! Thanks for that moment of zen!|
by ixia on 12/4/2008 @ 10:32am
|Absolutly gorgeous. Nice viewpoints on the Murray Morgan.Thanks!|
by Mofo from the Hood on 12/4/2008 @ 10:45am
|The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of His hands. Psalm 19.
The foundation of aesthetics is God the supreme artist; creator of the good, the true, and the beautiful.
by Heather on 12/4/2008 @ 11:04am
|Kevin, thanks for sharing the pics. You framed them beautifully.
Mofo - have you seen Religulous yet? I highly recommend it.
by Mofo from the Hood on 12/4/2008 @ 12:58pm
|Heather, I haven't seen the movie Religulous but I've read some reviews. I have the sense that Bill Mahler considers himself a "cultural creative," someone who produces ideas for the future. His promotion of secular humanism or scepticism of discovering any truth in reality is neither creative or useful for the future.
Mahler's film may be an effort to find a new way of thinking, but where does it lead? If he were to state what his destination is (from his perspective as an Existentialist), he would have already arrived (the here and now is all there is). All he is offering is a road to nowhere. Mahler is pre-religious. He's only interested in the ordinary day-to-day reality of life. That's the extent, the limit, of his curiosity and imagination.
When travelling on Mahler's road of Existentialism, one should keep their eyes and mind open to the ultimate signpost which points to the religious way of life. At that point, one either continues to travel on the road to nowhere, where everything means nothing; or one chooses the purposeful road where everything means something. These are the two cultural creative (Western culture) choices for the future: The road to discontentment or the road to contentment. The choice will be based on either negative doctrine, or positive doctrine---a coherent system of propositions, rational principles.
by NSHDscott on 12/5/2008 @ 12:59am
|They're all nice but #5 is a pretty special shot (and I don't mean "short bus" special).|
by dawntown on 12/5/2008 @ 9:41am
|Whoa bubba, it's the rise of a new day!
Are you ready?
Although I have another home on the web I thought it might be nice to lead by example a bit and put this blog system up to the test myself.
So far, so good... Funny how I build web tools for other people that are far better than the one's I have setup over on KFnet.
Hey Clear Channel, Clean Up Your Crap!