- Dec 31, 2014
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Are we ready for the second coming of Dattaswami?hecma925 said:
I'm ready. I went back to read his last posts and I'm sad I dismissed him so offhand.Iconodule said:
How delightful that you thought of nothing.kelly said:
You failed to wear a Snuggie. I'm sorry, rules are rules.DeniseDenise said:
I heard one better the other day. "Doghther."Agabus said:It's what the bourgeoisie call their puppies these days.orthonorm said:
Justin Kissel said:Did you know that the word "juice" originally referred to "jews' blood," which is the substance taken from Jews before they say their vows to the illuminati? This is why, when watching old movies made by Hollywood, you may have heard someone ask a child: "Have you finished your juice yet?" Now you know what it means! They were shoving it in your face and you didn't even know it! This is also how "juice" came to have a positive association with health--for once a Jew gave the juice, they were impervious to all forms of sickness, death and financial mismanagement. Now the juice is loose and the self-loathing liberal commie zionists are trying to do damage control... my oh my what a world what a world.
I only which I had gleaned this wisdom prior.PeterTheAleut said:
Is he a patron of those who fish?Porter ODoran said:Feeling a great fondness for Righteous Simeon of Verkhoturye today. (Altho I can't pronounce his name.)
"A nobleman, but he concealed his origin and led the life of a beggar. He walked through villages and sewed clothes for the poor for free. Often he lived at a churchyard of the village of Merkushinsk, where he loved the natural beauty of the Urals, joyfully contemplating its majesty. The saint loved to go fishing; it reminded him of the disciples, whose work he continued, guiding the Siberian people in the true faith. ... St. Simeon, after his death, frequently appeared to the sick in dreams and healed them, or brought to their senses those with the disease of drunkenness, and with the healing of bodily infirmities he also gave instruction and guidance for the soul." (Somewhat edited from the source.)
I'm moved to include him in the saints I make my prayers to.