Revisiting Rita’s Blog


Hi All.

You know how relationships can be. Sometimes it’s easy to take the person whom you’re living with or hanging out with for granted. This morning, I was reminded (again) that Rita is a very talented writer. So I’m sharing with you a link to her blog. Warning: Rita is exploring varieties of “God” manifestations in the world. It may not be your cup of tea; on the other hand, you might like the idea of ongoing conversations with God and therefore you might love her writing. In this blog-episode, God is coming back from a short vacation. If you’re interested, check it out.

via God Comes Back

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8 thoughts on “Revisiting Rita’s Blog”

  1. Thanks for the reminder.

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  2. John, thanks for re-posting Rita’s blog. Previous efforts to subscribe failed, but now I’ve got it. I really appreciate the possibility that we all might be God in drag. The possibility that God has taken a vacation might explain current events. I keep hearing people ask, with respect to the American experiment, “What happened?” Now I’ll tell them, “God has been on a long vacation.”

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