Monday, June 25, 2007

blog to do list

  1. change the red font to something more readable
  2. find a way to capitalize (i.e., make money) on the 10-50 hits that i get each day for blue scholars lyrics
  3. decide whether i want to change the random nature of the blog. that is, i generally post on whatever topic strikes my fancy, which tends to include a lot of off-the-wall reflection, but perhaps i should narrow my focus. over the last month or two, i've hit a serious dry spell as far as creative writing and insight are concerned, and i feel like i'm letting my dwindling readership down with the substandard fare that i post instead. therefore, i'm considering limiting the content of the blog to ratings and reviews. if i make this change, the frequency of posts may decrease slightly or stay about the same as the current rate.

andrew david. "the posing problem" san ignacio town, belize. this man was busily building a shoe, but when i asked him if i could take his picture, he stopped, said yes, and stared. he didn't return to work again until i left.


Biby Cletus said...

Hi, i just surfed in searching for interesting blogs on Spirituality, you have a cool blog. Do keep up the good work. I'll be back even though i live far from where you live. its nice to be able to see what people from across the world thinks.

Warm Regards from the Other Side of the Moon.

On a related note perhaps you might find the following link interesting. Its propossing a theory and i'll like to hear your take on the subject via comments. See ya...

Jesus an Essenes ?


Kerala, India

andrew said...

thanks for the compliments!

i strongly doubt that Jesus was an essene. although an interesting thought, i concur with Michael Monhollon's comment, in which he reminds us that unlike John the Baptist, Jesus was hardly an ascetic.

also, Sharecropper is right, lamb is an excellent read. it's hilarious, irreverent, and insightful.

Brendan said...

As long as you keep the cool pics and funny descriptions. Those make my day. The Posing Problem . . . you kill me!