Morning Worship:

Ten years ago I added the  Morning Worship weblog to my creations  for the Internet  Having just finally finished the 10 year book project, I had a lot of writing in me.   Also the politics was beginning to become scary and I wanted to consciously focus on that which is positive.

Reading through the archive of Morning Worship I am reminded of an experience I had one of the past times I went back into Atlanta. As I came to a changed but well known  intersection I thought to myself; “the last time I was here I was in love. I am changed.”

In 2009  I wrote “Though it has only been a couple of years since doing the weblog  (and 30 years since being in love) I am today aware if how different I feel.  The metrics of the endless visits to the medical people and places have remained the same. I feel a little less vigor and I hurt a little more. My views as to how the world works or I would like it to  be are the same.  But something is gone. I am changed.

I fear acknowledging it; but I think optimism, my belief in the inevitability of  man at the brink always coming through, is fading.

As I migrate these more or less daily entries into this Word Press I do feel uplifted.  The diary entries are mostly on site as posts but without graphics and plugins. I will with minimal editing be gradually restoring them to original quality as technology allows but it will be a slow process.

I also plan to be adding, perhaps less frequently, new material that I find uplifting and promising and am restoring my blog Fireflies and Bonfires which is my primary opinion and political depository.  This diary is an archive  of the personal me.

Notes on Morning Worship