Tuesday, June 9, 2009

thoughts on third shift

It's 4:30 a.m. A number which of course reminds one of the life of Saint Augustine.

Now it's 4:31. A number which of course stirs thoughts of Mary as Mother of God.


gnesio-lutheran said...

Brother Latif,

I think you need to get some rest...

Father Hollywood said...

The good news is that third shift provides the opportunity to meditate the early years of the church - Nicea, Chalcedon, etc.

After 8:00 am it's all downhill anyway.

You're in my prayers, Reverend Subdeacon.

Latif Haki Gaba, SSP said...

Father Hollywood,
You're right; though I must admit, sometimes in the late morning the clock inspires in me thoughts of Saint Bernard and the twelfth century.

You're right too. Today I went from work to Mass to the District convention. (I just loved the closing mass, by the way.) I think I better try to crash.