was really great.
- Petrovich: Do you believe in Lazarus rising from the dead?
- Raskolnikov: Well, I suppose I do.
- Petrovich: And do you believe in God?
- Raskolnikov: Does it matter?
- Petrovich: It might.
When I uploaded Pocahaunted to my itunes, their genre said “Christian gangsta rap.” hahha
Into your house, why don’t we share our solitude?
30 days until Have One On Me comes out.
I haven’t been this excited for a new album in a long time.
Jeopardy is over and now I have nothing to do.
I guess i will watch a movie.
“The unreal is more powerful than the real.
Because nothing is as perfect as you can imagine it.
Because it’s only intangible ideas, concepts, beliefs, fantasies that last. Stone crumbles. Wood rots. People, well, they die.
But things as fragile as a thought, a dream, a legend, they can go on and on.
If you can change the way people think…the way they see themselves. The way they see the world. If you do that, you can change the way people live their lives. And that’s the only lasting thing you can create.
Besides, at some point, your memories, your stories and adventures, will be the only things you’ll have left.”
- Wake up at 7:45 to get ready for church.
- Drive to church while listening to contemporary Christian music.
- Arrive at church. Listen to more contemporary Christian music.
- Awkwardly avoid taking communion.
- Watch baptisms, usually of 8-12 year olds who don’t know (and probably will never know) anything other than what their Christian parents and Christian schools have taught them. But it’s okay, because they are “making the decision for themselves.”
- Watch thousands of people give hundreds of thousands of dollars to the church.
- Listen to a sermon with faulty arguments, and of course, the obligatory pop culture reference.
- More contemporary Christian songs.
- Drive home. Listen to parents talk about how they agreed with the church service. Disagree with them (while listening to contemporary Christian music).