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February 20th, 2019 

The Nosey Librarian Tag Questions

1. What has been the most influential library in your life?
Pacific School of Religion Library, Berkeley CA

2. Honest Assessment: What will they title your biography? The Drifter or Drifting On A Death Flow

3. The story from your life that you most hope your librarian never finds out? My life of sin as a young man. I broke every Ten Commandment when I was young man.

4. What is your favorite word? "suppose"

5. 3 Weird things of which you are afraid and 1 way which you would prefer not to die? This question is weird. I would not want to die in an American Civil War.

6. Your favorite book as a grade schooler? The Playboy magazine.

7. What have your interactions with the police been like? I rather not reveal my interactions with the police. I have gotten speeding tickets many years ago.

8. All-time favorite book cover? A plain leather cover of a King James Bible HOLY BIBLE

9. How many places have you lived? I have lived in Calif. Maryland, Washington D.C., Virginia, Oregon, Texas, Michigan and Mississippi.

10. Tag 11 booktubers that you like and/or admire and why do you like and/or admire them? And compliment Stripped Cover Lit
By The Bet Questions

What this tag is suppose to be is that one goes through each letter of the alphabet and then state what that letter means to ones Booktube channel. If I for example was to say A stands for the 17th century English Puritan Issac Ambrose my viewers could agree with me that my Booktube channel does in fact present videos on English Puritanism or disagree and state in a comment that my Booktube channel does not have content on 17th century English Puritanism.

A Issac Ambrose 'Looking Unto Jesus' book

B T.C. Boyle

C St. John of the Cross Mystical theology

D Devil The Liar The Deceiver Spiritual warfare

E Ralph Waldo Emerson

F False as in false doctrine

G God The Trinity

H Hell and Heaven The Eternal State

I Inner the interior life

J James Joyce Modernism

K Jack Kerouac Spontaneous Prose

L Love the love of God

M Music

N Nothingness

O Joyce Carol Oates one of my favorite American writers

P The Apostle Paul NT Pauline Theology

Q Quiet the contemplative life

R Protestant Reformation Evangelical Calvinism

S Spirituality biblical spirituality

T Thou music group

U John Updike one of my favorite American writer

V Video Booktube

W Wasteland description of the present fallen world

X X-Rated censorship

Y Yob music group

Z Emile Zola social realism his novel 'Nana'
It is 12:41 PM Wednesday afternoon here in the Wild outskirts of Michigan. A good day for hunting magic mushrooms.

I got up around 6:15 AM this morning. I got up made myself oatmeal for a morning meal. I am thankful for Quaker Oats. I ate my mush while messing with our main computer. After messing with our main computer I updated my paper diary. I next read from several books on the Ten Commandments. Carol got home from work around 8:38 AM and soon went to bed for the day. She works tonight and then is off a couple of days from work.

After Carol went to bed I read 'The Ascent Of Mount Carmel" by St John of the Cross and dozed till 11:30 AM. When I woke up from my contemplative state I put on my street clothes and went to a grocery store to get a loaf of bread. When I got home from grocery shopping I ate lunch and wrote some more in my paper diary. Now I am writing in my online diaries.

Last night I made a video for my Youtube channel and watched on PBS The American Masters. I went to bed around 11 o'clock PM and now it is another day in the death flow.

The last book I attempted to read yesterday was titled, 'The Pleasures of the Imagination: English Culture in the Eighteenth Century' by John Brewer.

I will close to drift and wait to see what comes in the mail this afternoon. I have some books coming in the mail this week.
12:55 pm - snow moon
Last night I stood out in our front yard and took some more pictures of a snow moon.

snow moon

snow moon

snow moon

snow moon
It is 4:40 PM Wednesday evening presently. Outside it is raining lightly on the cold white slush snow. Tonight the rain covered streets will turn into sheets of slick ice. Carol told me the other day people had been coming into the Hospital Emergency with broken bones that they received from falling on ice covered surfaces. Carol told me last night that I would be driving her to work tonight because she does not want after work in the morning have to chip off the car windows.

I have a super quiet day. I have heard mainly our furnace and snow falling off our roof.

I got in the mail this afternoon a used paperback novel titled, 'The Woman in the Photograph' by Dana Gynther. I got this novel because it is a based on the life of the famous woman photographer Lee Miller. I recently bought a new novel that just came out that is also based on Lee Miller titled, 'The Age Of Light' A Novel by Whitney Scharer. I have been reading this afternoon and now into the evening hours these two novels comparing their writing style. I think the novel 'The Age Of Light' is more wordy. The novel 'The Woman in the Photograph' is very simple and straight forward in its narrative flow.

I will be alone again tonight, because Carol works. I do not know what I will do tonight to keep myself awake. I made a video last night for my Youtube channel and do not want to make one tonight. Also I keep asking myself why I write here in LJ and why I make videos in Youtube? I do not want to be known. I really think I am a nobody. I have nothing important to communicate to the outside world. I am just a big shit head. What people out to do is read the Holy Bible. People need to hear the Voice of God not my voice or read my words. I am nothing.

Tomorrow is a Thursday. We are slowly coming to the end of February. Next month Carol will be gone two weeks. I will be alone inside this house alone for two weeks.

I hear Carol waking up to existence in the death flow. I have a fresh pot of coffee already to make when she appears. I will close for the time being.

Books Mentioned in this video-

'Sister Revolutions: French Lightening, American Light' non-fiction by Susan Dunn

'The Age Of Light' A Novel by Whitney Scharer


'The Woman in the Photograph' A Novel by Dana Gynther

'The Pleasures of the Imagination: English Culture in the Eighteenth Century' by John Brewer

'Fire Within: St Teresa Of Avila, St John Of The Cross, And The Gospel ON PRAYER' by Thomas Dubay S.M.

'The Ascent Of Mount Carmel' by St. John of the Cross

"[13] For, brethren, ye have been called unto liberty; only use not liberty for an occasion to the flesh, but by love serve one another.
[14] For all the law is fulfilled in one word, even in this; Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself.
[15] But if ye bite and devour one another, take heed that ye be not consumed one of another.
[16] This I say then, Walk in the Spirit, and ye shall not fulfill the lust of the flesh." Galatians 5:13-16
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