Friday, August 25
"Darned If We Do, Darned If We Don't"
I receive Russ Breimeier's (Online Associate Editor for for weekly e-letter, and I thought this week's newsletter was interesting in light of some things I've been thinking through recently and not-so-recently. If you're looking for some help in making decent choices, this might be a good place to include; I often like and always appreciate Russ's spin on the industry and all things (Christian) music. He doesn't seem locked into the Christian sub-culture.

(hehe, if you're looking, the title of this post is the title of this week's newsletter...why re-invent the wheel...?) :D

  Into the pensieve on Friday, August 25, 2006
  Your thoughts, please (3)

At August 26, 2006, Blogger Susannah said...

I receive the same newsletter, but I hadn't read it yet... so thanks, I read it here!

I think that as we mature in Christ, rough language (and other things) become less and less interesting. We WANT to be pure. Holiness is something that just plain "feels good." It's like some of the chaff of our life starts burning off. That's how it is for me anyway. GB!

At August 26, 2006, Blogger Pamela said...

that title is reflective of most everything we do in our lives.

So, you just make a decision be "darned."

although I heard it with a much harsher word

At August 27, 2006, Blogger Karmyn R said...

Fresh homemade sourdough bread? OOH yes - bring it over. I've got some Strawberry-rhubarb jam that will go perfect with that.


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A Pensieve is a stone basin.... [One] can extract his or her own memories and place them in the Pensieve, especially to relieve the mind when it becomes too flooded with information. Anyone can examine the memories in the Pensieve, which also allows viewers to fully immerse themselves in the memories stored within...

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