Wednesday, February 11, 2009

It's a good life!

I mentioned in an earlier post about those of us with a tenuous grip on reality.  How do we respond to a world that seemingly breaks down when we begin to examine the "weird stuff" as Jake Kotze did recently over at The Blob?

In response to that, I wanted to share a classic Twilight Zone.  This is an episode that comes to mind when I'm feeling like the black hole at the center of the universe.  I can't think of the word to capture this feeling. (There is a good clinical/psychological diagnosis of this condition, I'm sure)  Being the center of everything. The God in the middle.  It explains the Book of Job.  How can God have so much power, and yet still be so flawed?

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