Archives for January 2007

Fact is Stranger then Fiction

I am always reminding myself that fact is stranger then fiction, it gives me the ability to have faith in the unbelievable. It is not hard to feel the power of this world, but the truth isn’t always in reach. There is a strong force running through my veins to seek the unknown. I have the oppurtunity to experience the world, by the grace of God, and seek infinite truth. Life itself is a miracle and a mystery. The quote below is from a movie titled; Second Hand Lions. It carries a lot of weight in my book. Truth is always within reach if you’re willing to accept the things which cannot always be seen…

“Hub: Sometimes the things that may or may not be true are the things a man needs to believe in the most. That people are basically good; that honor, courage, and virtue mean everything; that power and money, money and power mean nothing; that good always triumphs over evil; and I want you to remember this, that love… true love never dies. You remember that, boy. You remember that. Doesn’t matter if it’s true or not. You see, a man should believe in those things, because those are the things worth believing in.”

Out of the Woodwork

In three months my job is done. It is a stepping stone to achieve greater things, and I am thankful to the folks at Bar 10. I’ve been a tour guide sense August. When April swings around, I’m going camping for a week, alone. I’m tired of people. It’s time to be alone in the pines. One day I’ll start looking for a companion, but I don’t feel the time is right now.

This morning I awakened from a strange and terrible dream. But I don’t mention these things often, as dreams are very personal. The events in a dream could be very imortant so I choose not to exploite them; even if they are just for the individual. I will reveal one truth, a lot of my writings have been inspired from those sleep-time episodes!

To change the subject quickly, I’ve gotta admit that I’m a strong a believer in the unseen. This world is all about finding truth. And I don’t base my truth in science and philosophy, but in how I feel deep in the spirit. I know without a doubt there is a Creator. What bothers some Christian folks, is that they cannot invade my personal sovereignly and cannot comprehend my love for the Creator, and the beauty and power of this world…

To end this post in an abstract and confusing way, I have one good question to ask! When are people going to stop depending on Western Civilization? I’m saying that straight out of the woodwork.