RE: [ZION] Bunny Boots and Mukluks

2002-10-03 Thread Tom Matkin
Cousin Bill wrote: Do you know of a store that will sell and ship overseas (like, say, to Japan)? I lost my good pair of boots to a septic tank accident and haven't been able to find any since. As the chair of the Alberta Chapter of VOSSSI* I feel your pain. While my own life has been

RE: [ZION] Ways food storage could be activated

2002-10-03 Thread Tom Matkin
-John- A little MYOB would go a long way to solving America's foreign policy problems. Make your own beer Mind Your Own Business --JWR Seems unnecessarily harsh. Poor Till was just trying to clarify the meaning of the acronym -- and this is a discussion list, after all.

RE: [ZION] New National Parks

2002-10-03 Thread Tom Matkin
They also announced, or it was said that the government would announce, that Waterton National Park (the northern contiguous sister park to Glacier National Park) will be increased in size. I was wondering if I would wake up this morning and find that I now lived in a National Park. Did they

RE: [ZION] The veil

2002-10-30 Thread Tom Matkin
Can love last forever? And what if it did? Nights like when Tom called to say that he couldn't come back Because nothing felt the same anymore Seared her soul and she thought Why not? I've found a younger, truer kind of love, he said. And she wanted to scream and scream at him like a

RE: [ZION] Antarctic Warming

2002-11-06 Thread Tom Matkin
-Original Message- From: Marc A. Schindler Subject: Re: [ZION] Antarctic Warming This is precisely the way science works. Or doesn't work! What will the next study show? And the one after that? One is tempted to observe after a lifetime of encounters with scientific

RE: [ZION] A Whirlwind Trip South

2002-11-11 Thread Tom Matkin
Marc A. Schindler wrote: Let us know what you decide, and I'm sure I speak for the 3 of us when I say we'll do what we can to accommodate you. I'm probably the closest to the highway you'll be on (the Yellowhead) but Mark's not too far off, and Cardston's about a 45 minute side trip

RE: [ZION] A Whirlwind Trip South

2002-11-12 Thread Tom Matkin
I've been a little overwhelmed with the volume of chatter today. I've tried, at the least, to read everything on this thread but I can't be sure. So I'll summarize and stand to be corrected if necessary. My understanding is that JWR is planning to leave Provo on Wednesday November 20, 2002 in

Re: [ZION] Magnetic Personality

2002-11-12 Thread Tom Matkin
It seems that the incident actually did happen. Here's a typical report that came up when I did a Fetch search on MRI killing Tom Lawsuit filed in MRI death By MELISSA KLEIN THE JOURNAL NEWS (Original publication: July 4, 2002) WHITE PLAINS — The family of a 6-year-old boy killed in an MRI

[ZION] No Redelfs Citings?

2002-11-21 Thread Tom Matkin
Wonder why you aren't seeing any posts from our BLT? It's because he's on his international tour. Did you forget or what? Last night John and his daughter Becky stayed at our house and then this morning I went to a temple session with them before pointing them north and wishing them well for

RE: [ZION] Poetry List

2002-12-02 Thread Tom Matkin
I'll send you an invitation through Topica. The rhyming URL that I prefer is http://rhyme.lycos.com/r/rhyme.cgi?Word=questtypeofrhyme=perfectorg1=s ylorg2=l It's also a useful (but not too detailed) dictionary, thesaurus with a lot of features. If you have broadband it's really slick, with dial

RE: [ZION] Saving My Head

2002-12-02 Thread Tom Matkin
Offer to let her shave your head. I can't guarantee that will save your head, but it might be a start. Letting her in on the act might just be the ticket. BTW I understand that some people have mild or worse allergies to their own hair. Maybe I read that in the National Inquiring Midnight Star

RE: [ZION] Saving My Head

2002-12-02 Thread Tom Matkin
I advised freely: And you can always get some of that spray to make the bald spot disappear. Suggest to Esperanza that she could get you some for Christmas. Then you would have no fear of sitting down in a public place. http://www.folica.com/cosmetics/topcoverage.htm Hey, I just looked

RE: [ZION] Shaving My Head WAS Saving My Head

2002-12-02 Thread Tom Matkin
JWR explained: The military really drilled me into the prejudice that a man should be covered only while outdoors I have sometimes wondered where that prejudice came from. If you get 15 or more men sitting around a table at Stake PEC and someone drops the idea that some of the youth have been

RE: [ZION] Tom Murphy's Statement (was Re: LDS Writer Expects to BeExcommunica

2002-12-04 Thread Tom Matkin
I hesitate to weigh in on this. But perhaps if I confine my remarks to generic comments it will be okay. In fact, I know nothing about Brother Murphy and have never read his article. I had heard something of this gene study a while back when some bishop from Australia lost his feeble testimony

RE: The Two Towers Anticipation (was Re: [ZION] Are any of you havingproblems?

2002-12-10 Thread Tom Matkin
I was treated to a viewing of the first movie in this series last summer. We were at our annual family reunion at Fairmont in our timeshares and our family was the only one that thought to bring a DVD player and our copy of the movie. So all the LOR fanatics came to our suite to watch it. And as

RE: [ZION] Two Towers

2002-12-11 Thread Tom Matkin
-Original Message- From: Gary Smith [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: December 11, 2002 2:40 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [ZION] Two Towers Of course, what el presidente Tom hasn't mentioned is that along with washing his hair, he is a closet 'chick flick' fanatico. Give him

Re: [ZION] Banning motorcycles

2002-12-12 Thread Tom Matkin
I heard that his acceleration exceeded his motivation causing his posterior to pound the pavement. Reminds me of the time my throttle stuck wide open when I was climbing a sand dune near St. Anthony and my bike and I were launched over the crest of the dune into the cool evening air at about 40

RE: [ZION] Banning motorcycles

2002-12-13 Thread Tom Matkin
Since Scott's motorcycle ownership has been given such a thorough review here, what does the list have to say about a stake president owning and using a motorcycle. I seem to remember some counsel when I was called about being a good example. Remember I live in a small town where everyone seems

RE: [ZION] Banning motorcycles

2002-12-16 Thread Tom Matkin
Mark, You may think motorcycle exhaust Is a sign of a soul that is lost But to contrast this view With Two Towers debut Is a sign that your have your threads crossed. Or to put it more logically, you have proposed a false dichotomy. Whether or not one enjoys LORT movies really has nothing to do

RE: [ZION] Subject to natural law

2002-12-19 Thread Tom Matkin
Mij wrote: The idea, as Joseph Smith might say, feels good to me. Didn't Joseph talk about how truth tasted good to him? That was provocative enough for me to remember it. Maybe he said feels good too. Teachings of the Prophet Joseph Smith, Section Six 1843-44, p.354 Quote (emphasis

RE: [ZION] Unsolicited, irrelevant opinion

2002-12-22 Thread Tom Matkin
Stephen Beecroft wrote: IMO: Topica is no worse than many other free mailing-list services, and is better than many. Its downtime is actually relatively small, all things considered. Zion has a history on Topica that now stretches back three and a half years -- quite a long time in

[ZION] Starts With G

2003-10-30 Thread Tom Matkin
Think of how many things that start with G need to be taught (learned?). There is so much to learn about God, just as much to know about good or goodness. What about gratitude, grace, guilt, gentleness, or glory. And there are things like gambling and gossip. I have something to say about

Re: [ZION] Starts With G

2003-10-30 Thread Tom Matkin
Don't forget George while you are at it, Tom. I hope that it will be in the good column, George Of course! G is for George. George the good. Or - Good Old George. Yes Jesus love you. You know that, and not just because the bible tells you so. Have you shared your recent experiences with

Re: [ZION] Mainstreaming Mormonism

2003-10-30 Thread Tom Matkin
Harold Bloom, the noted literary critic, wrote in his book THE AMERICAN RELIGION: It is weirdly true, in 1991, that the Mormons are as mainstream as you are, whoever you are, at least in terms of the religion of politics and the politics of religion. Where is the mainstream anymore. I

RE: [ZION] Starts With G

2003-10-31 Thread Tom Matkin
At 02:50 PM 10/30/2003 -0700, Uncle Tom Presidente wrote: Think of how many things that start with G need to be taught (learned?). how about galloping gruff gregarious goats? gastric? grease? gangly? groovy? gravy? garters? oops Till Or to put it another way: Should gregarious

RE: [ZION] Punch Their Lights Out

2003-10-31 Thread Tom Matkin
-Original Message- From: Jim Cobabe [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: October 31, 2003 11:05 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: [ZION] Punch Their Lights Out 99,997 ignored antagonists By Doug Robinson Deseret Morning News Like a lot of people, you're probably

Re: [ZION] Punch Their Lights Out

2003-11-01 Thread Tom Matkin
- Original Message - From: Jim Cobabe [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, October 31, 2003 6:14 PM Subject: RE: [ZION] Punch Their Lights Out Returning good for evil is an intriguing idea. But the suggestion in this context brings more questions than it seems to

RE: [ZION] Starts With G Garden

2003-11-01 Thread Tom Matkin
Yesterday I posted a little note on Gossip but somehow Natasha hasn't got it yet. If it doesn't make the list by Monday I'll repost. Today G stands for Garden. I thought about this as I was leaving the temple this morning after doing 3 endowment sessions. Come to think of it the morning was

RE: [ZION] Catholics Mormons unite

2003-11-01 Thread Tom Matkin
John W. Redelfs wrote: I have mixed feelings about befriending other churches. It seems to me that we should befriend individuals and not false churches. After all, false churches teach false doctrine and in doing so they fight against the truth. If false churches aren't the church

RE: [ZION] Catholics Mormons unite

2003-11-01 Thread Tom Matkin
George Cobabe wrote: Whoops - No attachments allowed. Here is the paper: The Only True Church Nice work George. I especially like that you included this passage: . Every serious seeker for the truth needs to ask what a testimony of a living prophet would do in their lives?

RE: [ZION] Starts With G Gulf

2003-11-02 Thread Tom Matkin
Natasha is still holding my Gossip post I see. For today I'll just dredge up an old poem that I wrote earlier this year. It covers the Gulf subject quite well. Sonnet 277 1 Nephi 15:28 By Tom Matkin March 28, 2003 Along each briny ocean beach and shore There's straits and inlets, seas

[ZION] Starts with F Gossip

2003-11-03 Thread Tom Matkin
This is the post that Natasha is keeping to herself. It will probably show up a week or two from now: I choose to discuss Gossip today. I tried this out on FAIR and got no response, so I'm sure ZION can do at least that well. I stumbled across a three part test for sharing information about

RE: [ZION] Wish List

2003-11-03 Thread Tom Matkin
Yes, I had heard. In fact, I resubbed to Zion a while ago to express my condolences. I figured if we were making a wish list, though, I could wish as I wished... Stephen Well, if that's how we are wishing I'll bet Oliver Cowdery would be an interesting guy on Zion, and how about

Re: [ZION] Starts with F Gossip

2003-11-03 Thread Tom Matkin
Subject: Re: [ZION] Starts with F Gossip Shouldn't someone change the subject line to Starts with Z Spelling? -- Ronn! :) It's a code Ronn!!nnoR edoc a s'tI It's a code edoc a s'tI It's a a s'tI It's G

Re: [ZION] Cognitive Dissonance

2003-11-04 Thread Tom Matkin
- Original Message - From: John W. Redelfs [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, November 04, 2003 12:39 AM Subject: [ZION] Cognitive Dissonance Esperanza and I were reading the Book of Mormon this evening and I came upon a chapter that just doesn't seem to harmonize

[ZION] Starts with G Grateful

2003-11-04 Thread Tom Matkin
Top ten reasons why I'm grateful not to be working in New Delhi 10.Those pesky monsoons. 9. Those pesky cows. 8. What those pesky cows leave behind. 7.One word. Curry. 6.Plodding elephants in the bus lane. 5.Plodding elephants in the commuter lane.

Re: [ZION] Cognitive Dissonance

2003-11-04 Thread Tom Matkin
Tom wrote: Talk about cognitive dissidence. Tom comments: I wish I could say that this malopropism was intentional. But I'm typing in the dark here at 4:00 a.m. and the spell checker kept telling me to change Lamanites to laminates and that's all I was thinking about at the time and this got

Re: [ZION] Cognitive Dissonance

2003-11-04 Thread Tom Matkin
- But the Book of Mormon is still the Word of God, right? --JWR Yes. And it tells us all about the sons of Mosiah doesn't it? How they received a great promise of safety from the Lord for their mission of love and service and how they enjoyed miraculous success among a lost and fallen

RE: [ZION] Cognitive Dissonance

2003-11-04 Thread Tom Matkin
Tom, I like the way you think. Although, all things considered, I'd like to think President Hinckley argues to be in the world, but not of it. Which is not a bad place to be if you can do it. Ron I agree with that, but I was obliquely referencing the exhortation in Moroni 10: 30 And

RE: [ZION] Starts with G Green House Gas

2003-11-05 Thread Tom Matkin
Swans are Everything, Everything I Wish I Could Be by Tom Matkin, October 25, 2001 I'll bet a day will come some time When swans will be considered prime When long necked birds will rule the roost And man will be in deep decline. With human influ'nce thus reduced Economies will get a boost

[ZION] Starts with G Giving

2003-11-06 Thread Tom Matkin
This isn't the way I feel today, but it's a sentiment that I understand about giving. Sonnet 180 (I'm snuggled in a cotton batting bath) By Tom Matkin, June 6, 2002 I'm snuggled in a cotton batting bath My senses stuffed with wool and fire in one A victim of some tiny microbe's wrath My goose

RE: [ZION] Beholder of Zion

2003-11-06 Thread Tom Matkin
Ron, I'm not familiar with your work, but I get the feeling from this short piece that the boy didn't really love SLC. At least not with his whole heart. It is fascinating to him, eating at him, part of him, betraying him, shaping him, annoying him and clinging to him like a familiar odor, but he

RE: [ZION] Death of the Dinosaurs -- Revisited

2003-11-06 Thread Tom Matkin
-Original Message- From: Jim Cobabe [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: November 6, 2003 7:59 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [ZION] Death of the Dinosaurs -- Revisited Since this was the topic of an earlier discussion about a looming and lowering lunar orbit threatening the

RE: [ZION] Nehors - was: Unconditional Love

2003-11-06 Thread Tom Matkin
To me such worries have a familiar John Birchian ring to them, no offense intended. Ron Scott Some people (on this list even) are singularly unoffended by the taint of John Birchism. Or so I've noticed. Tom // ///

RE: [ZION] Nehors - was: Unconditional Love

2003-11-06 Thread Tom Matkin
And I'll take the John Birchian comment as a compliment--thank you. -- Steven Montgomery [EMAIL PROTECTED] My point exactly! Sometimes I read through all the messages before replying and other times I just dig in and start pushing the send button without reading everything. Guess

RE: [ZION] Nehors - Humanism

2003-11-06 Thread Tom Matkin
Subject: Re: [ZION] Nehors - Humanism Kent Francis responds with a personal example: I think if I'm ever adrift in a 5 man lifeboat and 9 other people I want one of them to be you! We could find a way to make it work. Thanks for sharing your letter and experiences with us. Are you new to the

[ZION] FW: This is Me

2003-11-08 Thread Tom Matkin
-Original Message- From: Tom Matkin [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: November 7, 2003 4:59 PM To: '[EMAIL PROTECTED]' Subject: This is Me I wear hats. Fedora's, Pendletons, Straws, Outbacks, and the like. I wear hats in a place where all the other men, and a few of the women, favour

[ZION] This is Me

2003-11-08 Thread Tom Matkin
I wear hats. Fedora's, Pendletons, Straws, Outbacks, and the like. I wear hats in a place where all the other men, and a few of the women, favour ball caps. Even in their Sunday best they will sometimes wear a John Deere cap... to the temple. It used to startle me a bit, but I've grown accustomed

FW: [ZION] Official Doctrine #2

2003-11-08 Thread Tom Matkin
-Original Message- From: Tom Matkin [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: November 7, 2003 4:12 PM To: '[EMAIL PROTECTED]' Subject: RE: [ZION] Official Doctrine #2 I suspect we shall soon be kicked off for daring to discuss this, but what the hey. Where in 131 does it say this? I

RE: [ZION] Official Doctrine #2

2003-11-08 Thread Tom Matkin
I suspect we shall soon be kicked off for daring to discuss this, but what the hey. Where in 131 does it say this? I read Celestial Glory, not the Celestial Kingdom. George, This possibility was settled very nicely in favour of the consistent teachings of the men in the first

Re: [ZION] This is Me

2003-11-08 Thread Tom Matkin
. Where do you get your hats? Here in Ketchikan the selection is dismal. Do you buy any of them on the Internet. If so, what are some of your favorite websites? John W. Redelfs [EMAIL PROTECTED] === I've done a lot of window

[ZION] Starts with G Grief

2003-11-10 Thread Tom Matkin
I wrote this about 10 years ago, but I still remember why I wrote it. Turns out the brass ring did swing back and I caught it (or it caught me). It was worth the wait, but the point the poem makes still applies... in many cases. The Grief of Missing by Tom Matkin The grief of missing

RE: [ZION] The play's the thing.

2003-11-10 Thread Tom Matkin
to try to do is put on a program for these kids' parents to make them think that I'm actually doing some work. I know that ELF and Tom Matkin have made reference to being in various dramatic productions. I'm sure there are probably others as well. Does anyone here have any ideas on where I

RE: [ZION] The play's the thing.

2003-11-10 Thread Tom Matkin
Gary expresses doubt: However, I don't know how you are going to get those awesome Matrix special effects to ever come out. I mean, it is one thing to see them on the big screen, but in person? That's the essence of theatre. You ask for suspension of disbelief and you get it. Is it any

RE: [ZION] This is Me

2003-11-10 Thread Tom Matkin
Jim offered: This is the perfect gift for rendezvous black-powder re-enactment enthusiasts. Made in Canada. Black-powder re-enactments? Wazzzat? We wear those coyote hats in church in the winter (9 months of the year). Tom

RE: [ZION] Punch Their Lights Out

2003-11-12 Thread Tom Matkin
Stacy, That was my point exactly. We will not be mainstream if we continue to resist evil with good. The mainstream response would be to resist evil with evil. We are not conforming to the world in this, we are making our way following the principles outlined by Christ. Tom -Original

RE: [ZION] Farinacci's Test

2003-11-12 Thread Tom Matkin
-Original Message- From: Stacy Smith [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: November 11, 2003 9:50 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [ZION] Farinacci's Test Come on! Are you serious? Some of the questions are appropriate and some aren't. Stacy. Stacy, This test is not

RE: [ZION] Conversion

2003-11-12 Thread Tom Matkin
-Original Message- From: Stacy Smith [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: November 12, 2003 8:38 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [ZION] Conversion Social club? That was farthest from my mind while I was converting. In fact, my old church had doughnuts during the Sunday school

RE: [ZION] Gun Control Impossible in the USA

2003-11-12 Thread Tom Matkin
-Original Message- From: John W. Redelfs [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: November 11, 2003 1:04 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [ZION] Gun Control Impossible in the USA All the talk of gun control is really quite besides the point. The fact is, the government in the United

RE: [ZION] Old Jeeps

2003-11-12 Thread Tom Matkin
John W. Redelfs wrote: . Finally, we called Fred who brought his old WWII jeep out. Fred had better sense than to get down into the depression where the pinto and two tow trucks were stuck. He stayed up on the ridge and let out his winch. First he pulled out one tow truck, then

RE: [ZION] Mother Teresa

2003-11-12 Thread Tom Matkin
The truth is, Ron, I don't know that much about Mother Theresa. There are a lot of good people outside of the Church. Perhaps she was one of them. I'm still convinced that the best people are inside the Church. I have to believe that or discount the need for the gospel in the world.

[ZION] Starts with G Gap

2003-11-12 Thread Tom Matkin
I love it when a baseball diamond has a section of the outfield sold to The Gap. I used to know what the Cumberland Gap was about, but it has left me. There's a place near here called Whiskey Gap, but there's only one house left there, and it's the old church now converted into a home. It's

[ZION] Starts with G grout, grains and glue

2003-11-13 Thread Tom Matkin
Ah - the joy of levels of meaning in a parable about grout, grains of sand and glue. Sonnet III by Tom Matkin - July 19, 2001 When setting tile and filling in the grout To wipe away each extra grain of sand And clean inevitable messes out I always keep a dampish rag on hand. I've found

[ZION] Starts with G guests

2003-11-14 Thread Tom Matkin
I just pretend I'm a princess, and that I could summarily have her executed at any time according to my own pleasure. It gives me great comfort! (The Little Princess) // /// ZION LIST CHARTER: Please read it at ///

[ZION] Starts with G guests

2003-11-14 Thread Tom Matkin
I guess I hit the enter button too soon on that last post. Here's the meat in the sandwich. Sonnet 133 (Some children live for only just a while) by Tom Matkin, March 30, 2002 Some children live for only just a while Mere visitors not really part of us Perhaps they've proved themselves without

RE: [ZION] The Return of the King

2003-11-18 Thread Tom Matkin
The wise and venerable Till explains: Realizing that it was satire really helped, I stopped being offended by the seriousness of some of the absurdities. If that stuff is satire then why am I not allowed to guffaw loudly at all the appropriate places (virtually every line) during the

RE: [ZION] The Return of the King

2003-11-19 Thread Tom Matkin
The ever commendable, praiseworthy, laudable, admirable, precious, estimable and venerable Till wrote: At 07:49 AM 11/19/2003 -0700, St Stephen wrote: At 04:47 AM 11/19/2003, The elfen Till wrote: Till gets in trouble for his obvious great mirth . . . And I always get in trouble for my

RE: [ZION] A View From Massachusetts

2003-11-19 Thread Tom Matkin
In 1968 I arrived in the French mission. It was August and the country was in a terrible turmoil from riots arising from great labor and political unrest. The mission was also in some distress as the mission president had been in a serious car accident a few months before. His wife had been killed

Re: [ZION] Trial by Media

2004-03-06 Thread Tom Matkin
RB Scott wrote: You mean, sort of like the OJ trial? Ron Which trial? Tom // /// ZION LIST CHARTER: Please read it at /// /// http://www.zionsbest.com/charter.html ///

RE: [ZION] Trial by Media

2004-03-07 Thread Tom Matkin
-Original Message- From: RB Scott [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Sunday, March 07, 2004 4:46 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: [ZION] Trial by Media -Original Message- From: Tom Matkin [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Saturday, March 06, 2004 11:42 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED

RE: [ZION] Vote Now!

2004-03-19 Thread Tom Matkin
-Original Message- From: John W. Redelfs [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: March 19, 2004 1:52 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [ZION] Vote Now! The USA and her allies will successfully establish democratic rule in Iraq. A. Certainly B. Probably C. Maybe D. Unlikely E.

RE: [ZION] Vote Now!

2004-03-19 Thread Tom Matkin
into seas of glass, to get the radical terrorists out of our hair? Gary Smith Good heavens, what are you talking about? Tom Tom Matkin wrote: -Original Message- From: John W. Redelfs [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: March 19, 2004 1:52 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED

RE: [ZION] My Five Favorite Fantasies

2004-03-19 Thread Tom Matkin
-Original Message- From: Jonathan Scott [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: March 19, 2004 3:49 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [ZION] My Five Favorite Fantasies What will the future bring? I believe that my future will be glorious and wonderful. Much like my past has been.

RE: [ZION] Musical Instruments Survey

2004-03-19 Thread Tom Matkin
-Original Message- From: John W. Redelfs [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: March 19, 2004 2:37 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [ZION] Musical Instruments Survey How many of you play a musical instrument? How well do you play? I'm curious about the musical makeup of the Zion

RE: [ZION] Judging

2004-03-22 Thread Tom Matkin
I went with my 11 year old on a school choir trip today to Calgary for a choral festival performance. On the bus I listened to a CD tape of a talk by Mike Wilcox called Noah Blindness It has some interesting insights into a number of things, including seers, and judging. He points out that the