March 30th, 2020

a taste of wonderland

It is 11:35 AM Monday morning here in West Michigan. It is another very cold damp gray day. There is no clear evidence lately that we are in the Spring Season. Of course I know here in Michigan it does not get warm till late May. I am sure April 2020 will be here cold, rainy, and cloudy. We rarely experience warm bright sunny day in April here in West Michigan.

I got up this morning around 6:10 AM. I got up to find myself reading her Bible in the living room. She had gotten up around 4:45 AM this morning. She works tonight and then is off eight days. We stay home these days because of the COVID-19 Pandemic. To tell you the honest truth I am scared to leave the house because I am afraid I will be exposed to the deadly Coronavirus. This deadly virus could be lurking anywhere to get me. I am not ready to die. I do not want to see anyone get sick from this virus.

So I got up this morning and have had a normal morning. This morning I have written in my paper diary and read from a book titled, 'The Varieties of Psychedelic Experience: The First Comprehensive Guide To The Effects Of LSD ON Human Consciousness' by R.E.L. Masters and Jean Houston, Ph.D..

I have no solid plans till this Pandemic is gone forever. I am staying inside this house till this virus is ancient history.

Last night I wandered the house and read from a book titled, 'Divine Rascal: On the Trail of LSD's Cosmic Courier, Michael Hollingshead' by Andy Roberts. We went to bed around 10:30 PM last night. Now it is another day. We will soon be out of March 2020 into April 2020.

Well there is not much else to report so I will close to drift through existence.
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    exhausted exhausted

COVID-19 Update

"For His glorification of Himself, too, God does not need the world, for it is not the creature who is independently and self-sufficiently exalting His honor; rather, it is He Himself who by means of the creature or without him glorifies His own name and revels in Himself. God, therefore, never seeks out the creature to find something there that He is lacking. No, the whole world in its length and breadth is for Him a mirror in which He sees His excellencies at play. He always remains resting in Himself as the highest good, and He remains eternally blessed by His own blessedness." Herman Bavinck 'The Wonderful Works of God' pg. 151
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    contemplative contemplative

Monday Reads



Monday Reads

'The Wonderful Works of God' by Herman Bavinck

'A Novel Bookstore' a novel by Laurence Cosse Translated from the French by Alison Anderson

COVID-19 Update

"For His glorification of Himself, too, God does not need the world, for it is not the creature who is independently and self-sufficiently exalting His honor; rather, it is He Himself who by means of the creature or without him glorifies His own name and revels in Himself. God, therefore, never seeks out the creature to find something there that He is lacking. No, the whole world in its length and breadth is for Him a mirror in which He sees His excellencies at play. He always remains resting in Himself as the highest good, and He remains eternally blessed by His own blessedness." Herman Bavinck 'The Wonderful Works of God' pg. 151
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    tired tired