Thursday, December 08, 2005


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


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 for daily is milk nectar for legalistics and lemmings...and in someways just bad Christianity...fine fromage, n'est pas?