Saturday, April 20, 2013
I was thinking of saying that of course the same thing is true of nasty surprises: Sure enough, the "refresh" button gets hit, but, well, it's not as nifty. It may be refreshed, all right, but it's nasty.
I was thinking of saying that it's fun-er to stick with the nifty surprises.
And I was thinking of saying that in spiritual endeavor there are no surprises. Or, if there are, then it is a clear indicator that more effort is required ... that surprises are a good warning signal. When things are naturally fresh, hitting the "refresh" button is obviously a fool's errand.
I was thinking of saying all that.
But I guess I won't.