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13 Responses to “Untitled 25 03 11”
Just me deciding that doing something is better then doing nothing. Doesn’t matter how appalling it is. Partial giving up is better than entirely giving up.
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i think this is excellent and very profound.
I may, of course, be reading something into it that the author did not originally intend.
Note for readers: whilst the second part of my comment was somewhat flippant, i must clarify that the first part is comepletely genuine – i think this is great and it made me smile and feel like someone else gets it, so thanks.
I think this says two things. 1. Sometimes what is in our
heads is all messed up but we put a front on and say sensible stuff
to hide how messed up we are. 2. Sometimes it is when we are most
messed up that we inadvertently talk the most sense. 3. It usually
is better to do something than to do nothing. 4. Three points are
always better than two.
Ah, but the middle point is inverted! Thesis – Antithesis – Synthesis?
Actually, I think it’s an image of preachers sounding clear, but inside…
Can you draw one the other way round for me? I sometimes feel like I’m thinking sensibly but then talk complete rubbish. Thanks be to Colin Firth, the only man in the world who can make stuttering sexy.
chris clark says:
doubt is faith in two minds…
I think you need a caption to this. Something like “Just another Sermon”
I think it should be the other way round!
Liz from the sewing room says:
The work of the Holy Spirit. Our thoughts are garbled, but sense comes out because it is really HS saying it, not us. Certainly in my case anyway.
I’m with Daniel – My head is just the opposite. With me,
it’s not a matter of stuttering. My thoughts make sense and are
very clear inside my head, but when I try to express myself, I end
up sounding like an idiot. I’m not good at extemporaneous
Jaded for Jesus says:
A brilliant one for speech-writer’s everywhere!
“The Art of the Sermon”