Generally I’m not huge fan of New Years resolutions. Things which seem like a great idea in a late-night-champagne induced fit of enthusiasm often vanish in the cold light of day, and it just seems like setting myself up to fail.
Having said that, I have made a resolution to start this blog again. It’s more about a change in my circumstances than a champagne induced moment of enthusiasm, but today seems as good a day as any.
Specifically, to cut a long story short: Cafechurch has attracted some funding from the Uniting Church, so I can afford spend time doing that, rather than my various day jobs.
Unfortunately, I don’t have anything much to say today, so I’m just going to slowly get back into it.
In the meantime, if you’re looking for something interesting to read, can I suggest the Yule Blog at my favourite international affairs website, The American Interest?
On this sixth day of the Yule Blog, approaching the midpoint of the season, I want to blog (respectfully) about how theists and atheists are different. While both groups think life means something, we understand that meaning in different ways