Saturday, January 1, 2022

New Year's Day - What Will Tomorrow Bring?


A friend sent this, what does it mean?!?

So here we are at the beginning of a new year, it's rolled around yet again and we're still standing, for the most part. All well and good, but what will tomorrow bring? Good question.

It may bring rain or it may bring snow or any old thing, such is our old enemy, the Weather. Perhaps it will bring stagflation, Weimar style and we'll all be hauling our crypto  home in wheelbarrows as one bullet = >1000 USD$. Maybe there'll be war because, after all, too much peace ain't good for the bottom line and, of course, there'll be plague, we know this. Wear your masks, serfs, and don't you dare question a rigged midterm, you hate extremists. Mirror of Illusion? Cubed.

Whatever, welcome to the hideous new normal, but think on this. At Christmas we celebrated the advent of Christ into the world, the Word made Flesh, and the eternal light which shines in the darkness becoming flesh, a man, for our salvation. The Light has come down to earth to be the Light of the World and we behold, through the eyes of faith, his glory, full of grace and truth.

Stand fast to him, our redeemer, in this new year. Flee from sin, from the Herods who would destroy him and be filled with confident, joyful hope. All the raging, insane powers of Hell, to say nothing of the world and the flesh cannot defeat the divine life present within us. If, and that's just it, if we remain faithful.




LindaG said...

So cats are space aliens?

Our Hope is Him alone.
May He grant us a better year ahead.

Infidel de Manahatta said...

Happy 2022! Year Three of the 15 days to flatten the curve.

Kid said...

I think it means Be the Cat. Cats are almost like honey badgers.

Meow Baby.

Old NFO said...

Best wishes for 2022!

LSP said...

Linda, I don't know either. It's a... mystery.

Yes, a better year!

LSP said...

That's the beauty of the curve, Infidel, it keeps on curviing.

Obey your rulers.

LSP said...

I think it's a space cat, Kid.

Mike_C said...

I think it means that, while there are occasionally terrific finds at the Goodwill, Sturgeon's Law applies to thrift stores in general, namely: Ninety percent of everything is crap.

That said, space cat spins the crap-o-meter so hard that it's wrapped around to awful. In the original sense of the word, i.e. awe-ful or awe inspiring.

LSP said...

Mike C, I think you've pretty much hit the nail on the head.

There's a genius to that cat.

LSP said...

PS. Mike -- I think she MADE it. Sayn.