Boggling my brain

I just have a quick question before I definitively go to bed. As I have been updating my site and expanding my reach I have been offered a lot of choices about whether or not to militarize my site with a financial income stream I decided this is completely unnecessary as I actually have a job in the real world.

I would be interested to hear from those that teach the good gospel of Christ the Redeemer and also profit form selling both material and digital goods such as baseball hats, selling extra access to your site and selling videos of yourself doing something or other with perfect white teeth and not much on in the clothes department! Do you think people are tunning in to hear about your views on God or something else and would Jesus have been impressed with your charitable goods?

Also Jesus In the Revised Standard Version, the nine Beatitudes of Matthew 5:3–12 read as follows: Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted. Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth and finally the Rich oh dear, dear. He says

Eye of a needle

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to navigationJump to searchThis article is about the metaphor. For the parts of a needle, see Sewing needle. For other uses, see Eye of the Needle (disambiguation).Eye of a needledromedary camel passing through the eye of a needle, as a symbol of the improbable Peace of Westphalia. Engraving, Johann Vogel: Meditationes emblematicae de restaurata pace Germaniae, 1649.

The term “eye of a needle” is used as a metaphor for a very narrow opening. It occurs several times throughout the Talmud. The New Testament quotes Jesus as saying that “it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God”.

The eye of a sewing needle is the part formed into a loop for pulling thread, located at the end opposite from the point.

Do digital bloggers turn there back or move there minds eye away from the treachings concerning poverty and wealth and community living or do you tackle these issues wiuth as much reverance as your boastful spirit about the death of your Christ.

Good night one and all God bless. Sweet digital dream.

5 years to the day since I lost my big brother Andy Edwards after he took his own life.

Andy you are still deeply loved, missed and I very much wish you were still here. Last year was a pretty good rollercoaster discovering new friends and having fun with old ones too. Clan Edwards seemed to be doing ok for itself. I am sorry to say I did not get to speak to or see your son last year but I hope he is doing ok. I think with friends and family it’s not always about how often you see or speak to each other, it’s more about knowing that there is someone there that’s got your back and you have got theirs if they ever need you. I hope we grow to have that type of relationship if we don’t already have it and he knows where I am if he ever needs my help.  

This year has been a strange one so far and it is only the end of February! Work is ok but I am fearful for the charities future and therefore my own future employment too. Lots of people left the charity last year and we moved office twice. Our chief Exec has announced this week that she is going to retire, so lots of change happening.  This could be for the best in the long run though. The organisation does not seem good at adapting to change though; they seem instead to just muddle along in whatever direction the work tide takes them in. I am sure there will be more happening on this front by the time we get to your birthday.

Well Andy God bless, you are still deeply loved, missed and I very much wish you were still here.


Me and Andy my Bro