Sunday, May 25, 2014


No, not the sort needed with Confusing Ecclesiastics and Heretifactious Vowed Religious, but ordinary layfolk like me...

I have undertaken, in an informal way, under the advice of two friends here, to avoid the internet during the Days of Work, which (if you drop by or look for me in comments) is why I've been quiet the last two weeks. The Idea is to undistractedly coccoon myself in my studies and produce something both Novel and Significant. Oh, it must also be True and Verifiable. And Original To Me. Oh dear, what a bunch of filters! The Miracle would be to accomplish such a thing in some sturdy form by mid-August. The ordinary way of things would be that I have to find myself other jobs (for which I've absolutely no training). Do feel free to pray for Miracles! I don't mind miracles at all! But prayer for enlightenment (or inspiration) on how to accomplish the ordinary way of things can do, I am sure, no harm.

I don't think I can get away from checking my e-mail with some regularity, so if you're one of those who inexplicably wants to correspond, send me e-mail! My /dev/null persona has a publicly-visible e-mail address on its profile.

God bless you all,
Bat the Mathy


me said...

Wishing you all the best! I can understand the discipline thing, and the desire for a miracle. Mine's only for a "licenza," with a tesina that's holding me back, and my miracle is that I may finish writing by this Friday, so as to await corrections and defend in October. Oremus ad invicem!

Belfry Bat said...

Halloo; oremus indeed, gladly!

Hm. Well, discipline-wise, I can't say I've been perfect, so I'll pretend I haven't said anything about it. But it has been a good week, anyways.

All the best!

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