Rabbi Gelman reaffirmed my reasoning that allows me to perform my J-O-B.
Attitudes like that probably contribute.We also have our own homegrown nuts who dislike religion, maybe hate is the word, for whatever reason.
Isn't that what little 380s are for?It is perhaps beyond time for this fortification.
Working on a rent house I have, I took an afternoon break to get a tall boy at a little store a few blocks away.
This store is run by a middle easterner, who was in the back as I walked in. As I grabbed my beer, he turned up the volume of his radio so he could hear it out front. I heard a lot of loud chanting over the radio as I paid out and left the store. I couldn't understand any of it at all, but it sounded like a lot of folks getting worked up to do something.
We are getting the usual warnings from the state department during this season, a Christian Church was attacked in Pakistan this morning.
We also have our own homegrown nuts who dislike religion, maybe hate is the word, for whatever reason.
I will at least have a .380 in my hip pocket as I attend Vespers at our Church next Sunday afternoon.
All should keep their head on a swivel, and be aware of their situation at all times until at least the season is over, and preferably afterwards.
As I go out to hold an open house this afternoon, the little .380 will also be in my hip pocket as it normally is.
How about 'Trust in the Lord, but keep your powder dry.'?So instead of 'trust in God but tie up your camel', it's 'trust in God but carry anyway'