Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Van Gogh

I just read about Van Gogh's death. It was something I had never heard before.
He walked into a field, shot himself in the chest, survived, walked back to town and died two days later.
I can't imagine what he must have been thinking. I can't imagine what must have been running through his head just before he started walking back to town.
I mean....it's not the sort of situation where you say, "well, I guess I could go get a sandwich."

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

GAH!

I'm too angry to talk right now....about the subject I was going to talk about.......

So, instead I will say that over the past year I have become a huge Jimmy Fallon fan. I liked him on SNL, but he always seemed to be the dude that couldn't keep character. (Unless he was playing Barry Gibb, but even then he broke a few times)
Now, on his show, he is showing some pure genius. He's amazing. And it makes me wonder....has he always been amazing and it just took me forever to notice? Or has a late night talk show made him amazing? Or did he find special juice?
Do you think he would share the special amazing juice?

I want some.

Okay. Thank you for listening to my random time. I am less angry now.

Well....I.....

I don't really know what to say....

I was going to write a blog about how it kills me that so many "Christians" are full of so much hate. But, I couldn't get a sentence out without feeling really angry. And I don't want to be angry. Too many people are angry enough for all of us right now.

Tiffani said that they are just people. That is true. My gay friends are just people. How are they hurting anyone?

When Jesus said to love one another....did I skip the part where He meant that we should only love certain people? Did I skip the part where He told us to take it upon ourselves to make gay people feel insignificant and disgusting?

Don't tell me. Because I have no interest in reading that version of the Bible.

There is so much more to say. And I'm sure the other side of the fence has a lot more to say as well.

But, for me, it comes down to this: Hate seems like a job for the Devil. Hate seems to be the real issue. Living our own lives would solve a whole world of problems.