Therefore every scribe who has been trained for the kingdom of heaven is like a householder who brings out of his treasure what is new and what is old.
Very funny.BTW what's happened to your blogroll?
That's very offensive and I am thinking about unsubscribing from your blog. I live in Mill Valley and I don't think you understand the culture here.
Nah Fred..... have another pint and don't beat yourself up over it mate, remember what Kierkegaard said 'Don't forget to love yourself' and most important of all pal 'It belongs to the imperfection of everything human that man can only attain his desire by passing through its opposite'. Want a packet of pork scratchings?
Atlanta - I am sorry you were offended. I am sure I don't understand the culture of Mill Valley. This is rather English humour - the point is to satirise the attitude of those who focus their moral thinking entirely on their own needs. It makes the point that this kind of thinking will eventually end up in trivialising serious moral ills. Since everyone agrees that it is a grave evil to kill someone, the cartoon uses an underlying consensus to lampoon a plea that is often made in lesser matters without realising its inherent selfishness.But if you find English humour very offensive, this probably isn't the blog for you.
Fr. Tim, its not English humor I have a problem with, its moralizing, I strive to be amoral and not judge. You may be right, this may not be the blog for me, I already had that thought before you verbalized it. Perhaps I should stop trying to cozy up to Roman priests because in my opinion I tend to not be compatible with the majority of them.
Oh, I see. Well we should not judge people but we should judge moral acts.
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