“On the Road that I have taken,
one day walking I awaken,
amazed to see where I've come,
where I'm going,
where I'm from.”
― The Book Of Counted Sorrows (Dean Koontz)
Isaac is officially a hurricane. And folks around here are officially unnerved. It is what it is.
If God is an author and the universe is the biggest novel ever written,
I may feel as if I'm the lead character in the story,
but like every man and woman on Earth, I am a suporting player in one of billions of subplots.
You know what happens to supporting players.
Too often they are killed off in chapter 3, or in chapter 10, or in chapter 35.
A supporting player always has to be looking over his shoulder.
So the only sane thing to do is to laugh.
As long I have laughter, I can hope. And I can ease the tension around me, healing a few hurts along the way.
Pray for those in New Orleans, for those children who do not understand but only see fear in the faces of those they trust to protect them, and for the elderly who have no one to care.
*This is a Photoshopped picture of a supercell thunderstorm that seems to pop up
with a new foreground every time
there is a hurricane threat anywhere," according to Bay News 9 Meteorologist Josh Linker.
Read more at http://global.christianpost.com/news/viral-picture-of-hurricane-isaac-coming-ashore-in-new-orleans-is-fake-80704/#jyVeH4Vx0L1h3iHb.99
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