Thursday, January 9, 2014


9 comments:

Thersites said...

;)

Jen Nifer said...

:-)

Jen Nifer said...

It's a fine line between un and believer. It moves so often that sometimes it exhausts me.

Anyway, I love so many "un"believers. :-)
How could I not??

Thersites said...

We all believe in something.... and we're not well known for "constancy".

Thersites said...

We all believe in something.... and we're not well known for "constancy".

Jen Nifer said...

Exactly!!!! Well put. :-)

Thersites said...

Beauty.?

Bread ?

Beauty ?

Bread ?

Like I said, no consistency. ;)

Jen Nifer said...

We're consistently inconsistent. :p

Thersites said...

Indeed! Only _G_d can be an Unmoving Mover.

from the Jowett Summary of Plato's, "Laws"

That which moves and is moved by another is the ninth kind of motion; (10) that which is self-moved and moves others is the tenth. And this tenth kind of motion is the mightiest, and is really the first, and is followed by that which was improperly called the ninth. 'How do you mean?' Must not that which is moved by others finally depend upon that which is moved by itself? Nothing can be affected by any transition prior to self-motion. Then the first and eldest principle of motion, whether in things at rest or not at rest, will be the principle of self-motion; and that which is moved by others and can move others will be the second. 'True.'