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Sunday, July 30, 2006

Blogathon 2006 Post #43

Oh shit, I'm yawning again. The Boy is standing next to me and claiming loudly, "I'm not tired. I'm like wooo hooo hooo." And he's just so wired I can't believe it. I'm about to collapse and he's planning when he might be ready to go to sleep, like maybe in the afternoon. And people claim that ADHD is a made up diagnosis. I swear, I could rent this kid out as proof that not only does it exist, but it's really really virulent.

Anyhow... it'is completely light out. Time is running out.

Heaven is......

Is a Christian idea, one that Judaism really doesn't support. So I don't believe in an afterlife, heaven or hell. For me, death is final. Worm food. Done. Finis. For other religions, it's not moot. But for Jews, it is.


What is your idea of heaven?

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Blogger Phoenix said...

And here is your site monitor once more! We are coming down the home stretch! My brother was much liike your son. always bouncing off the walls. Crazy boy, yes, yes he was. (=

30/7/06 5:23 AM  

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