Stopping by to wish you a belated Merry Christmas. I'm hopefully involved in a period of personal renewal right now, and feeling more optimistic and energized towards life, the Universe and everything. I'm going to send you a PM with a few questions regarding your calling as a teacher, and the mental and spiritual process backing it. Hope you're well.
Just wanted to wish you and your family a wonderful Christmas.
Hi, Red. Hope you are well. I miss reading your posts. They always provide humble brain food, even (or especially) when I disagree, whether with their form or content. I'm a poor example of LitNet participation, but it's one of my goals to involve myself more. I've taken a good 2 years off, for all practical intents and purposes. Hopefully we'll see each other online someday.
Hey Redzeppelin, I like your signature. Out of curiosity what book of C.S Lewis's is it from??
Thanks for thinking of me, Virgil
You may be interested in the discussion in this thread: http://www.online-literature.com/for...ad.php?t=45559. I would love to see your thoughts in there.
Just noticed we haven't befriended. I'm sending you over a request.
Nice to know what you look like Red. Have a reflective and joyous Easter.
Your post in the "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" thread was courteous and insightful. I enjoyed reading it.
i have been reading C.S Lewis' "The Four Loves" and have been wondering if you have read it yourself? if you have, i would greatly appreciate hearing your thoughts on it.
laudator temporis acti
quite like george
Lost in my own mind