Given the last post about God not being our thoughts about God, I found it appropriate to reblog this post. Can you believe its been nearly 3 years?

The Roofless Church

I’m fat.  I’m skinny.  I’m pretty.  I’m ugly.  I’m in style. I’m out of style.  No one is looking at me.  Everyone is looking at me.  I’m special.  I’m just like everyone else. I’m popular.  I’m unpopular. And the list goes on and on. In fact, it’s been said that the average human brain processes between 50,000 and 80,000 thoughts a day.  Even on the low end that is an extraordinary number of thoughts. Of course we are completely unconscious of most of these thoughts, because if we weren’t we’d probably go crazy.  As most of us already know, the couple hundred that we are aware of are already usually enough to take us to the edge sometimes.  That’s why I decided to write this post.  It’s a reminder to myself and of all of you reading this that no matter what goes through our heads, we are not our thoughts…

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