Sunday, March 23, 2008

The Bottom Line



Happy Easter, readers.


As we mark the holiest of days for Christians and a similarly holy time for countless other current and past religions, there are certain deeper truths that we should be mindful of. Unitarian Universalists tend to believe that all religions provide different paths to the same source. I personally believe that faith is a gift that is to be treasured and nurtured. With both those concepts in mind, I would like to say that while your outlook on and approach to the matter may be different, there is something that I have the utmost faith and certainty in. And that belief is that while I recognize the beauty and worth of all creation, I know in my heart that I will never be as excited or moved by this


or this


or this


or this


or this


or this



as I will be by this

or this


or this


or this


or this


or this



Naturally, I respect and defend your right to your own faith. The world is big enough for all of us. Just ask the bunnies.

4 comments:

franck said...

It's an obvious comment to make, but I'll make it anyway: I'm ready to drop to my knees and worship!

Anonymous said...

Do you eat the ears first or nibble on the edges?

The Neighbors Will Hear said...

Franck, your comment reminds me of one of my favorite lines from a song: "If you want to kiss the sky, better learn how to kneel."

You know, anon, I try not to be too much of a creature of habit. Sometimes, I'll unwrap it and then work my way slowly down the ears, but other times, I'll just take a bite out of the backside. It's an embarrassment of riches, and it's hard to decide where to go first.

Will said...

I love it when you go all XXX on us. Keep it up! (double entendre intended).