I gotta have my orange juice.

Jesu, Juva

Metábasis eis állo génos (3-23)

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I’m still reflecting on ERH’s history of revolution. He summarizes past revolutions as establishing that every man is a priest, king, aristocrat, merchant. He sees this as an integrating sequence but it is at least as much a repudiating sequence: “there are no priests; there are no kings.” Perhaps the next stage is an integrating stage: every man a man.

“Grape juice is dead wine”—Duane Garner

If meekness is strength under control, perhaps modesty is beauty—or, pace Duane, glory—under control.

QE2 was likely the most prayed for person in history.

I was looking recently at coffee makers. I was disappointed to discover the existence of Keurig travel bags and mixed drink pod machines. But I was also fascinated to see this:

I could get behind this definition:

Written by Scott Moonen

September 18, 2022 at 2:44 pm

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  1. […] every man an integrated man. I think we can own that in order to be complete, every revolution, even the Reformation, needs to […]


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