handcobbled claptrap from your favorite rural observer...
I am intrigued by your usage of Heyokha. The clown, And old ute herder we once had described him as an individual who is always running around with a hammer trying to make the things of the world flat. He knows not why he does this he just knows he does. I submit to you that maybe some of the things that he does say is comparable to the Heyokha in nature and effect but when he fulfills his calling and is a "special witness" ahhhh in that he does shine.I to suffer from temporary Heyokha at times often more than I like to admit. Maybe it is important to remember He too might also have such a fate just by being a member of the same flawed race?sadly he might not consider this as we do.mfb
Very, very intriguing commentary, Mike. I appreciate the three points of view you examine; that of your herder, yours and that of Elder Packer. Ah yes, and that of the Lord himself... We are so very flawed as a race, but then again, we're still striving to do get by and make some beauty even while making the things of the world flat. Anyhow, I appreciate your words.
Amen, amigo AMENmfb
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