You gave me a good laugh and have a very good point!I'm tired, and I'm bored of the heat coming back. Doesn't help that I got woken at 4.30 am by the fog horn the other day. We've had men on the moon, can talk face to face with someone 3,000 miles away, but they still have to blow a bloody horn when it's foggy. I suppose shifting 30 bales of hay, and 30 more tomorrow had something to do with it too. Moan moan moan.
Along the same kind of lines, I saw online, a sign in the US that reads "God loves a kind atheist more than a hateful Christian" I rather liked that.
Yes in that the Orthodox in both religions are bound by interpretations of a traditional law which is written in and interpreted using a religious language.the Muslim and Jewish religions are very similar. I never knew that!
I haven't thought about hay. I might buy one bale.
I also thought about the munch block as I have one of those nets. Just to occupy her really. I don't need a cake but it's something to nibble isn't it.
I take a very simplistic approach to religion. If I get barred at the pearly gates for the odd blasphemous expletive, and some murderer gets in because he said sorry, I'll be fine in purgatory, or better still, wherever all my animals went.This was explained to me as being man's responsibility to look after the animals rather than being superior to them - it's all open to interpretation isn't it, and how the original text was translated and retranslated over the years.
I'm not a devout Christian, although I envy others who do have such faith, but it always rather shocks me when people decide for themselves what God does and doesn't like. I did a Bible study with Jehovah's Witnesses years ago and understand that if you're going to adopt the Bible as your instruction book then you have to follow it and not make up rules to suit yourself as you go along.
Which leads to the issue of how do you know which book of religion to follow, which is the right one? I find religion both fascinating and frightening. One recently learned fascinating fact - the Muslim and Jewish religions are very similar. I never knew that!
I’ve spoken to about 4 suppliers now and all have been down 40-60% of their normal yields, thankfully my main supplier over produces generally so he’s assured me I won’t go short even with my increased useageThe guy we got our hay from saud they normally have 5,000 bales, but only managed 3,000 this year. Lovely hay, but expensive.
Enjoy your lesson!Got to keep busy this morning. Supposed to be having a lesson later. Im terrified, but at the same time excited.
Stinks outside again this morning. Those new neighbours (the party ones), well still dont know for sure as not seen anyone, but theyve had a bonfire going for the last three days in the garden. Previous neighbours never had bonfires. Theres also different lights on in the house and garden at night when ive walked past. So change in pattern is saying new people.
Can you tell i already dislike them. With there party and bonfire. I dont need to meet them to form an opinion. Actions speak loader than words.
In London there are laws both on bonfires and on lights in the garden.theyve had a bonfire going for the last three days in the garden. Previous neighbours never had bonfires. Theres also different lights on in the house and garden at night when ive walked past.