Thinking about it. I’m distracted.

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Now that I think about it, maybe it’s a sign. On the other hand, the aliens have immediately sent out two replacements… We shouldn’t read tea leaves…

Anyway, today, like so many days, involves hospitals and hundreds of miles. There is much I would like to write about. That should include Genesis 3:15, I know, I know. I think about it all the time. If there are indications to be read, I should pay attention to the bishop mentioning my writing a popular version about Genesis 3:15. I get distracted. While I ‘m thinking about that and so many other things…

I also extremely presumptuously think about going to heaven, frequently, in a two feet on the ground kind of way, thinking of ironies that guardian angels would appreciate and perhaps are the ones who have whispered such things in my ears. Irony is a sine qua non of being Christian, like mercy being a potential part of the virtue of justice (Aquinas). When I think about heaven in this way, I laugh, a lot, which, I think, is pleasing to my guardian angel. There’s a joyful side to irony, a blessedness. That comes along with the incisive side, whereby we learn something, or about someone, or about the depth and height and breadth and magnificence of the love of God, of God’s love. Hmmm… perhaps that’s a sign too. Maybe I should pay more attention to walking heart to Heart with our Lord who is always with us. Always. The angels alert us to His presence. They see God in the face.

O.K. I’m late. Off to the hospital.

6 Comments

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6 responses to “Thinking about it. I’m distracted.

  1. Monica Harris

    What is that?

  2. Father George David Byers

    You’re very innocent. ☺️

  3. monicaharris58

    part of CCW holster?

  4. Father George David Byers

    Yes. It’s broken. Aliengear immediately sent two more at no cost not even shipping.

  5. monicaharris58

    As well they should!

  6. sanfelipe007

    I just went to confession. My confessor turned out to be a Missionary of Mercy. Paulist Father Bruce Nieli. I told him that I “knew” another MoM (you), and he asked me to give you his best wishes. You guys certainly get around.

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