4 thoughts on “Jesus ‘n’ Mo ‘n’ palaver

  1. I was going to comment “Brilliant!”, but refrained. With nothing to do, I figured I’d re-read it, because hey, why not. Only then, somehow, did this register :

    “Maybe God is working THROUGH you to reveal himself” (sic – no period – that’s the style)

    … so I comment now with :

    Sublime.

  2. True enough, but there is something inherently interesting about religion to non-believers. I remember a quote I once read to the effect, “I grew up in a non-religious household, so naturally all we ever talked about was religion.” From my experience, as someone inoculated early in life against religious thought, someone who believes in a god and its attendant requirements is a source of fascination of the “what, really?” type.

  3. Patients (and nurses that work with me) often praise the Lord. If I point out (I don’t do that very often) that I’m not a believer, it is always like “God guides your hands without you knowing” or the like.
    Religious convictions can’t be beaten, they are hermetic

  4. The barmaid’s final comment reminded me of a joke from some years back. A moth goes into a podiatrist’s office, and proceeds to tell a long tale of how woeful his life is, and his problems trying to cope with his sorrows.

    The podiatrist finally says, “You really need to speak to a psychiatrist. Why did you come to my clinic?” To which the moth replies, “Because the light was on.”

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