Wednesday, October 12, 2005

Spirituality Lite

Stream of Consciousness Blogging

By Frater Bovious
9th Level Adept, THOOTR

The following riveting exchange was posted by Uncle Buck to the wrong article, and consequently did not have the hoped for response from the teeming masses still reading this blog (That being me, my mom, and strange people leaving messages about cigarettes and real estate opportunities, which I have mostly deleted from the comments section, and of course Uncle Buck and Occasionally, Knecht.)

So, here.
Uncle Buck said...

as the Archangel of SouthPark, are you the keeper of the gates of the Vatican? how can i comment on the transitional Pope? am i too stoopid, or do you want no comments?

11:24 AM
Frater Bovious said...

Why can't you comment? You commented here. Is this some kind of zen koan?

7:13 PM
Uncle Buck said...

I commented “here”, about something “there”. I didn’t expect “here” and “there” to be the same place, so i suppose there is a zen-like element to this (or do I use “zen-like” inappropriately as a label for an unexpected result?).

I digress…I commented “here”, counting on your comprehensive knowledge of your own blog territory to hear my small voice lost in the wilderness. I expected direction to “there”, imagine my surprise to find out I was “there” in the first place. Now I have to collect my thoughts all over again.

8:34 AM
Uncle Buck said...

Regarding: “Why is the Pope a Rock Star? I have a theory…”. Well so do I!

“We have a new Pope…”

“Sayings of the Dalai Lama…”

“Good karma/Bad Karma”

“Confucius say…”

These are all a kind of “Spirituality Lite” - The warm fuzzy feeling that comes from thinking about someone or something that represents the sacred, the holy, the divine without investing in any actual spiritual development of your own.

Very popular (tastes great! Less filling!)

I am not being high-and-mighty. I speak from experience.

4:10 PM


Frater Bovious said...

OK, here's your friggin' comment, weiner boy:

I think you make an interesting point. Not quite a miter, but interesting nonetheless.


Anonymous said...

Well, I've a yen to comment; but, despite my claims of being a "morning person", at 4:45am, sans caffiene, I've yet to locate the stream of consciiousness it all this.

Buck said...

i too want to comment, but every time i read this i burst out laughing

its funny, and it could be true. what could be better?