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January 27, 2008

Real Blogs are Rare: Ray Ward's Minor Wisdom.

And he'd just say shucks. It's Sunday: the only day I spend any time alone, am quiet for long stretches, and won't yell at any one. In my head and heart, where things can grow, I've bumped Ray Ward's Minor Wisdom from the #11 spot to #1 on my best blogs/blawgs/sites/all on-line and electronic magazines. This is All Categories, All Professions, All Nations, All Tribes, All Humans, All Life, All-Cosmos. I've seen the light, having waited for a vision to deliver me. Minor Wisdom has beyond lawyerness: spiritual, literary, musical, political, brave, human, personal and get-off-your-ass. And he's one of the few Jesuit-educated humans who makes it all sound like damn fun. His blog is so much better than every lawyer blog I've seen--including this one--that it makes me want to write full time, even if I starve ("purity of the heart is to will one thing"...). Well, strike the starving part. Anyway, let's pull Ray and MW from that soul-less category: lawyers. He's that and more. He reminds us that Jesus is headed for The Big Easy--and that's enough to make a blind man see.

Posted by JD Hull at January 27, 2008 09:37 AM

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Thanks so much, Dan. I'm honored.

The quote from Kierkegaard reminds me of a college theology course it took, in spirituality I think it was; the text was "Purity of Heart is to Will One Thing." It was probably easier to read in the original Danish. Which calls to mind that old Rodgers and Hammerstein song, "There is Nothing Like a Dane."

Posted by: Ray Ward at January 27, 2008 11:51 AM

This blog is great! Thanks for your hard work on it.

Posted by: club penguin at December 30, 2009 03:11 PM

Thanks--but we don't normally publish comments from penguins, whether your real penguin name is used or not. A policy here. So be advised.

This is your last time.

Posted by: Holden Oliver (Kitzb├╝hel Desk) at December 30, 2009 04:36 PM

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