"I talked more with haggis about why he doesn't see angels. After chatting, it turns out he doesn't really SEE birds or even persons either. He says it is common nowadays to walk down a street and not SEE persons - we 'walk through' a blur of persons - and we call it: 'people'. We don't really see a 'bird' or 'flower' or 'tree'; we 'notice' a blur of outside stuff - and call it 'nature'. I have a question: how do you make friends with a blur??
p.s. I better explain about the angels then: they are about whats essential, specific and unique INSIDE the world around us.
p.p.s Just had a thought - maybe you hear them? like we see them - you use all kinds of words that describe whats inside and important about people and places and stuff don't you! just a thought!"
**** // 11:11 am
no updates for a while, sorry about that.
echo crew hits greenbelt this weekend, complete with t-shirts and flyers, among other things. should be quite a sight. i think we're all looking forward to it. everyone's pitchin in and it's comin together nicely.
if you're going, last meeting before we go is wed. night 8pm,my house. bring yer money and yerself.
**** // 8:54 am
This is the echo weblog. An echo is somewhere between a voice and no voice, somewhere between hearing and not hearing, and somewhere between knowing and not knowing. It's a place of faith and doubt. It's for all those trying to shed their snake skins of tradition, pride, ignorance, prejudice, and trying to work things out for themselves. It's for those caught dancing in the dichotomy of clubbing and christianity, and still trying to follow Christ.