Little birthday gift I got for myself from the lovely Tatty Devine boutique. $60.00, well worth it. Now to wait about three weeks (God forbid more) for the lovely package to come in the mail. I also need to get their moustache necklace, ring, &&& volume brooches. To whine for.
He argues that humans are constantly going through many different cycles. These cycles exist in our relationships, our interests, and our efficiency at work. In addition, these cycles are experienced in one's relationship with God.
From personal experience this has shown to hold great wisdom, for it explains why when humans want to grow closer to God in their relationship with Him, they repeatedly fall back. This is due to our sinful nature: While we desire to do His will, we cannot. Paul describes this perfectly in Romans 7:15:
"I do not understand what I do. For what I want to do I do not do, but what I hate I do."
This causes much frustration in the Christian walk, because although we have the desire to grow closer to God, we are doomed to repeatedly fall back from Him.
(sometimes written Edward Mordake) is claimed to be a 19th century heir to one of the peerages in England who had a extra face on the back of his head. According to the story, the extra face could neither eat nor speak, but it could laugh and cry. Edward begged doctors to have his ‘devil twin’ removed, because, supposedly, it whispered horrible things to him at night. but no doctor would attempt it. He committed suicide at the age of 23.
Did you hear the news about Edward?
On the back of his head he had another face
Was it a woman’s face or a young girl?
They said to remove it would kill him
So poor Edward was doomed
The face could laugh and cry
It was his devil twin
And at night she spoke to him
Things heard only in hell
But they were impossible to separate
Chained together for life
Finally the bell tolled his doom
He took a suite of rooms
And hung himself and her from the balcony irons
Some still believe he was freed from her
But I knew her too well
I say she drove him to suicide
And took poor Edward to hell
Poor Edward by Tom Waits
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