Thursday, February 23, 2017

Christianity, the app

Christianity, the app;
For many, it’s no longer necessary to set foot in a church. In the US, one in five people who identify as Catholics and one in four Protestants seldom or never attend organised services, according to a survey conducted by the Pew Research Centre.
The loneliness sprouting from the media that lay claim to "connection" just grows and grows.

Everything can be explained. Everything is all right. No effort is required. For some reason, it reminds me of the old joke advertising for "dehydrated water:"

"Just add water."


  1. I'm fresh out of water, can i substitute scotch?

  2. Yep, just checked. You can even get your Daily Dose of Opus Dei.

    You can take a gazillion hatha yoga classes (some well done) right from your smart TV.

    You can do Skype group Zen Meditation at home and get a talk.

    If you want to "meet people" you signup with,, or

  3. I don't know what churches do, but I have something fresh off the back of my mind.

    Refrain from killing.
    Refrain from stealing.
    Refrain from fornicating.
    Refrain from lying.
    Refrain from intoxicating.