There is much that can be and has been said about God throughout the centuries, some of it with a degree of certainty that strikes me as odd, or even arrogant. Some may think the imagined liturgy below swings the pendulum too far in the other direction. Fine. I see it as being comfortable with and welcoming to Mystery.
One scribble and one doodle. Happy Friday…
A classic cartoon from the archives. Head over to DoodleJesus.com to read more about bell choirs–you know you want to!
Mystery is fine by me…
This is one of my favorite cartoons. To me, the idea and the drawing work perfectly. I wasn’t sure sure this one really fit as a New Yorker cartoon but I submitted it anyway. It was politely returned. But I still like it!
Dental mysteries baffle this gumshoe.
Still love reading Agatha Christie, all these years later.
Written after learning that a man I care about will soon die. My prayers for he and his family…
Hello, again. Sorry for the lengthy absence. I got out of the cartoon rhythm and had a difficult time relocating the groove. Also, I’m transitioning to a digital drawing tablet and need to make some computer upgrades to facilitate that new reality. Hope to be up and operational with that within a couple weeks.
The above cartoon came as a result of finishing Norris’s book, Amazing Grace, which I recommend if you are spiritually minded. This is an actual quote about her husband that amused me. I’ve come to “see” the line between logic and mystery as a beautiful, blurry mess. To me, this is essential for mature belief.