Thursday, May 10, 2007

Apocatastasis

The plum tree in our back yard

at 100 Jefferson

implies a kind of apocatastasis

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All souls will eventually be "saved"

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But what about the bees?
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Blogger BSUUF Worship Committee said...

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9:44 PM  
Blogger Patti Borneman said...

What about the bees, you ask? The bees were buzzing and humming and it was music to our ears.

Maybe they're hiding out in Montana. It's a good place to take refuge.

100 Jefferson at the foot of Mt. Helena, our little pesticide-free corner of the world.

9:49 PM  
Blogger john hanson said...

gee what could someone have said about bees
to have warranted
expulsion from the post stream

i hear tell now
it's them damn cell phones
those bees are hearing
ringing in their ears
by gawd
they can't believe the conversations...
they're saying
it ain't worth the trouble

it's either cell phones
or fresh fruit honey

hello to patti

john hanson has a blog
if you've nothing better to do
http://bewilderingsearch.blogspot.com/

still twangin in the desert

like a tumbelin tumble weed

j

7:11 PM  
Blogger john hanson said...

would you bee so kind
as to explicate the
word
apocatastasis?

i am presuming it is something like
"from dormant being"

10:46 AM  
Blogger Patti Borneman said...

What would we do without Wikipedia:

Apocatastasis.

Hi John! Any bees down there in the southwest?

10:57 PM  
Blogger john hanson said...

i have not graduated yet to the use of the cyberdictionary wikipedia so thanks
i guess it is a concept i should know
Origen the early greek commentator seems to be the only one to really exploit the notion as a workable theme for theology

i guess it sort of summarizes the passion death resurrection event of jesus

and then you'd think it would be a paradigm for further theological development

ah well

bees

yes

but i hear stories
of a terrible mite
that wiped out the hives
in the san pedro valley

and then i hear
about the african
aggressive bees

in the morning
i take breakfast
on a portico
overlooking a pond
and i hear above me
the humm of bees
in the mesquite trees

stay sweet
i hope to get back to helena in september
after the long hot summer
and i think it will be hot
today perhaps 100

love

2:20 PM  

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