This time it's Standing on My Head, Father Dwight Longenecker's blog. He has two quotes in the heading, which sort of explain the blog's name:
"Any scene can be more freshly and clearly seen when it is seen upside down." (G.K. Chesterton)An excerpt from yesterday:
"Bury me on my head, for very soon this world will be turned upside down." (Diogenes)
"Among the Billion"It's good to see optimism - and clear vision - now and again.
Standing on My Head (February 4, 2010)
"Some days you simply see the reality and it is stunning. I was celebrating Mass with just a few people in our beautiful little daily Mass chapel when I held aloft the host and knew, just knew that the whole thing was true, not just true but deeply written in the deep genetic code of creation true.
"Do I have my doubts? Not really, but sometimes the mind is distracted. Sometimes the concerns of the world, the everyday stuff turns your mind away and you don't think of the miracle. You forget the wonder. You neglect and overlook what is real and what is really happening...."
"...I do not fear the future for I am one among the billion."
A tip of the hat to newadvent, on Twitter, for the heads-up on that post.