Saturday, January 19, 2008

Grand Paradox

God is the grand paradox.

5 comments:

Your Humble Narrator said...

I haven't the knowledge or experience yet to put into words what you have accomplished in your first post (from what I can tell, this is your first post): You've somehow articulated my fragile, ever-changing philosophy of religion, something I spent a significant amount of lost sleep on in the past--when such things really meant the world to me.
Thank you.

I took a glance at your profile, and we have similar interests--one of which is dreams. If you get a moment, I just posted a reflection on dreams and the subconsious you might find worth reading. I'll keep an eye on your blog, and might quote you from time to time if that's okay?

Again, thanks--and have a pleasant evening.

Rich Lang said...

Thanks! Yes, I'm just getting started in blogging. Feel free to "quote me" from time to time.

Best to you as well.

David Crofts Munro said...

Indeed. A fine foot to set off on, this first post. I look forward to reading more.

Be well, Mr. Lang.

Rich Lang said...

Thanks David.

I've been at this blogging for exactly "one day" and I can't believe how much fun it is. I can see how it could easily become "addictive." I have classes to teach and papers to grade, (and a few more books I'd like to read). Otherwise I could just forget to eat and sleep and become a full-time "blogging junkie."

New to the wide world of cyber-space.

Rich

David Crofts Munro said...

That I understand. I am fairly new to blogging myself and have instantly found it enjoyable. One must be careful not to dedicate to much of themselves to the endevour.

Glad to have met you here in cyberspace.

Have fun grading those papers!