The Anthropology of Theology and Other Theologoumena [Theologoumena, plural of theologoumenon, a theological statement which is of individual opinion and not doctrine.]
These (choir stalls) were, probably still are, the two biggest antiphonally-situated pieces of furniture in Westmorland County, PA. They inspired a cartoon I drew on my iPad using Paper 53 back in 2013.
Sometimes I hear the divine Voice saying, “Here we go again.”
I practice a (nearly) daily form of meditation, which is mostly done “on the cushion,” and which, combined with yoga twice a week, helps me come to my senses. I’m not sure how this happens; my hunch is that, by focusing more attentively on breathing and the actual information being delivered to me by my own senses moment by moment, it feels like all those useless scripts and dead end algorithms are being sucked out of me.
I imagined this:
Health Care Deform
This is an old one, circa 1986
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Hey Paul, this is Phil from the pub the other day. Finally found your blog.
Hey Phil – Thanks for visiting! You’re always more than welcome here at my illustroblog. pjl