What I’m currently reading….





These are some great books! I am especially enjoying, “Writing Down the Bones” by Natalie Goldberg. If you are a writer or an aspiring writer, check it out.


~ by Tim Kurek on September 26, 2007.

4 Responses to “What I’m currently reading….”

  1. piper’s humility has really helped me see the true Christ in tough times.

  2. good evening Mr. Tim Kurek,

    I am a member of Church of God International presided by Bro. Eli Soriano. I am consistently reading Bro. Eli’s blog and found a page that he prepared for you. I am very glad that we have found a friend in you, that we share the same goal. Thank you so much for being kind to our Bro. Eli. Most of the religious leaders are angry becuase he exposes fraud and is deeply concerned with the faith of the people. They perhaps are intimidated by his presence. We have felt compassion from him. He is like our father in the church. I am sure that your followers have the same respect for you. I can also tell that you have a good heart. I hope that one way, God willing, we can share projects together for the betterment of the society. I pray to God that Bro. Eli meet people like you as we continue to propagate the truth in God’s name.

    May God bless you always!
    We found a friend in you.
    To God be the glory always!

  3. How’s Everlasting Man coming along?

  4. “An event is not any more intrinsically intelligible or unintelligible because of the pace at which it moves. For a man who does not believe in a miracle, a slow miracle would be just as incredible as a swift one. The Greek witch may have turned sailors to swine with a stroke of the wand. But to see a naval gentleman of our acquaintance looking a little more like a pig every day, till he ended with four trotters and a curly tail, would not be any more soothing. It might be rather more creepy and uncanny. The medieval wizard may have flown through the air from the top of a tower; but to see an old gentleman walking through the air, in a leisurely and lounging manner, would still seem to call for some explanation. Yet there runs through all the rationalistic treatment of history this curious and confused idea that difficulty is avoided, or even mystery eliminated, by dwelling on mere delay or on something dilatory in the processes of things.”

    G.K. is my favorite author and this is my favorite book of his. Page to page brilliance Read it all!

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