Hello friends and followers of Perfect Chaos. This is actually a scheduled post, written yesterday (Saturday), as today I am busy traveling to Oxfordshire to spend some time with family. I have an older sister, who has flown over from Berlin for a few days, and we’ll be getting together with my father and his partner in Abingdon, which is the historic town where I grew up. I should be back in London on Monday evening.
The Week in Review
For my Monday Music post I shared an update on the T.E.N. Project, which is my ongoing experimental music project. I also gave details of the competition I’m running for someone out there to decide the album title and win a great prize. You can read the post here.
For this week’s Thursday Theology post I shared a short video which presents a metaphor for the omnipresence of God. The video, hosted on a Jewish website, looks at the analogy of fish swimming in water to demonstrate how God is all around us all of the time. To read the post and watch the video, click here.
To finish the week, I shared my weekly Friday Philosophy post. Each week we look at a key idea or insight from a famous philosopher from history, and at the moment we’re looking at the ancient Greek philosophers. This week we looked at an important and profound idea by Zeno of Elea. To read the post, click here.
Some Random Thoughts to Round Off the Week
- Despite not being a practicing Christian at present, I very much respect how important this time of year is for Christians. I hope that my Christian followers have had a blessed Holy Week, and let me wish you all a very Happy Easter!
- In a previous blog post I proudly proclaimed I’d given up fizzy drinks. Well, sadly, I’ve somewhat ‘relapsed’ this week, and the poison that is Coca-Cola has re-entered my life (and my body!). I know it’s doing me no good – I can feel it – so I’m determined to give it up again soon!
- I’ve felt God prompting me to read from the New Testament epistles this week, and in particular certain passages where Paul writes about the ‘foolishness’ of the gospel. I’m thinking of forming my thoughts on these passages into a Thursday Theology post, so keep an eye out for that.
It just remains for me to assure you that I am praying for you! Every Sunday I spend some quality time in prayer, and I always lift up my blog followers to God and ask for His blessing and favour over your lives in the week ahead. I know He hears these prayers! Thank you for reading, God bless you, and have a wonderful week! ❤️