[random notes: the other side]

Zee Gimon

I am Zee. I call myself the Observer because that's what I find myself doing most of the time - observe life and people around me. My blog is a Pensieve, similar to that of Dumbledore, used to keep the thoughts and random ideas that visit my brain.

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  • mm hmmmmmm… i hear ya.

    welcome to the Odd Club, Herb 😀

  • We lived in a parsonage that the back yard bordered a cemetery. It was very relaxing to me to walk around and look at the tombstones and imagine the story behind a particular grave or epitaph. Death is just a part of life. I think you've got a good perspective, second nose or not. 😉
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  • Krissy Buck

    I used to be scared of flying but one day I reminded myself I have no control over when I'm going to die. So I got over it. Simple. But, now that I know God, I almost can't wait. I mean, when I think about being with him for eternity….I feel at peace. But, then, I feel differently when I look at my children. The time will come and when it does, it will be an awesome day.

    • ah, i looooooove flying… either in a plane or in my dreams – oh, those dreams are absolute best. i guess i just love heights and that's what flying's all about – you can't really fly at an altitude of 3 feet (that would be hovering, i guess) 😀

      it surely will be an awesome day… at least for us.
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  • Jonathan

    I once had a talk with my dad about this. We were on a fishing trip in Canada, and he was warning me about the bears. (He knew that I have this propensity to wander off and he wanted me to be safe.) When he asked me what I would do if a bear came after me I said that I would tell it to stop. I won't die until God assents to it, so why should I be worried about what might happen. My days are numbered. My dad still thought I was nuts.

    p.s. My last blog entry is "Fire Drills" at <a href="http://www.jonathanukraineministry.webs.com” target=”_blank”>www.jonathanukraineministry.webs.com

    • well… that is true that until God assents to it, we don't have to worry… but that still doesn't mean we should willingly walk toward the obvious threat for our lives (unless there's a bigger purpose to that). telling the bear to stop would be something sort of a suicide… and we do have the choice to commit suicide. that would be a dumb thing to do, yet we technically can do it.

      (btw, the comment luv would work for your blog too 🙂 you just need to insert "http://jonathanukraineministry.webs.com/apps/blog/&quot; into the site url 😉 )
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      • Jonathan

        Even if we choose suicide, we will fail if God sets Himself against it. That was not my point. God can make the bear understand when I say "stop." It was not that I was searching out the bear, the hypothetical situation was about an accidental encounter. That said, the whole reason I wander off is so that I can go be alone with God. I think He'll watch over me. And I'm ok with it if I still die.

        (I must not have put in the whole URL earlier…)

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