Proust, in his first book, wrote about (nod, nod; wink, wink…)

La Madeleine
and enshrined the notion of smells invoking memory

Big fella; Swann…

Tragedy is the statement of an expiation, but not the miserable expiation of a codified breach of a local arrangement

Here in PonyTown
I have something a little better…

The teacher beats the child from the top of the head to the bottom of the chin, and from ear to ear

pouty pouty; can I keep her?

hath delivered me

the delicious aroma of wet straw!

this is where I live

Ah, Jesu,
it takes me back

to The Land of the Chrysanthemum Throne

‘Tas been rainan all week –
big, fat, heavy blobs of water;
savan our Country…

spring rain?

Lynda Hitchcock, a career and college information coordinator at Wootton High School in Montgomery County, Md., said she would not describe herself

That is enough
to bring to mind *tsuyu* – the Spring/Summer rains

Habit is the ballast that chains the dog to his vomit

blue sky after the rain

Your Reverence est bien Joieuse!

Proust described what he was working on in a letter to a friend: “I have in progress an essay on pederasty”

Hamartiology (Greek: αμαρτια, hamartia, “missing the mark,” “sin,” + λογια, logia, “sayings” or “discourse“) is the branch of Christian theology or, more specifically, Systematic Theology, which is the study of sin with a view to articulating a doctrine of it.

Substantial branches of hamartiology subscribe to the doctrine of Original Sin, as taught by the Apostle Paul (squealer, sellout, punk) in Romans 5:12-19 and popularized by Saint (toady, sellout, fake, punk) Augustine. He taught that all descendants of Adam and Eve are guilty of Adam’s sin without their own personal choice.

In contrast, Pelagius argued that humans enter life as essentially tabulae rasae. The Fall that occurred when Adam and Eve disobeyed God’s Special Instructions not to disobey him was held to have affected humankind only minimally.

God does not specifically proscribe the convertible

The degree to which a Christian believes humanity is impacted by either a literal or metaphorical “Fall” determines their understanding of related theological concepts like salvation, justification, and sanctification.


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