I like old doors. I just do.
This statement by Archbishop Fulton Sheen struck me as interesting, so I’ll share it.
A weak man can never be meek because he is never self-possessed; meekness is a virtue that controls the combative, violent, and pugnacious powers of our nature, and is therefore the best and noblest road to self-realization.
The meek man is not a man who refuses to fight, nor is he a man who will never become angry. A meek man is a man who will never do one thing: he will never fight when his conceit is attacked, but only when a principle is at stake. And there is the keynote to the difference between the anger of the communist and the anger of a meek man.
Gird Up your Loins…
Once girded up, if you need to answer the call of nature, it will take some time to ungird. It’s not like a kilt…
There is still time to get your Vax Booster!
Do not dare to leap to any wrong conclusions concerning possible causes of sudden unexplained death syndrome. Only correct conclusions are allowed. Incorrectness is not allowed and will be punished with extreme prejudice.
The Footage above was lifted from the LOUDER WITH CROWDER podcast of Sept 26, 2022. Fair use permits copying for purposes of research and of course, that’s what this is.
At the Pumpkin Patch
The sermonette is: Life is not all doom and gloom.
My youngest grandson went to the pumpkin patch in Irvine, CA. Irvine is an upscale area and prices are steep this year as are prices of everything in the People’s Republik of Kalifornia. My daughter spend $60 (no food) for the privilege of family fun among the pumpkins – and he did get a “free pumpkin” with that.
It also came with a “free” cookie to decorate. He takes after me, he’s skillful.
Throwing skills netted him a snake, made in China. My daughter reported that while he likes the Chinese snake that she named Swalwell, he prefers his alligator, named Ron. So the Florida gator eats the Chinese snake. Make whatever you will of that. It’s all part of today’s sermonette.