Thursday, December 08, 2005

quote

Frank A. Clark
"If you can find a path with no obstacles, it probably doesn't lead anywhere."

3 comments:

michael lewis said...

That is so cheesy!

Did you read that in "Our Daily Bread"?

Whoever that Clark guy is, he must have been a cliché popping born-again republican-party-member evangelical "christian"!

pastor mike said...

parmesean or cheddar?

"a cliché popping born-again republican-party-member evangelical "christian"!" - that's quite a mouthful

it may be "cheesy" and "lame" and so "90's or 70's" but it is still true.

i wonder if some so-called "post-moderns" are less "post-modern" and more looking for an effort free, I'll do my own thing, don't get in my way, don't make me think, thank you very much type of person. - just wondering

The Righteousness of God said...

By definition a path is something that goes around obstacles...not into dead ends...kind of Jesus...I am the 'way'...kind of a life path i think....as for daily bread...it is milk nectar for legalistics and lemmings...and in someways just bad Christianity...fine fromage, n'est pas?