Religion and Spirituality

Foretelling Friday (or Really Saturday Because I Procrastinate): Neck Stiffness

Last week my bibliomantic prophesy was basically a wash. I did not encounter a set of four sons in anyway.  I am going to persevere undeterred with my bibliomantic experiment.  This week, still poking at the Bible for some sort of decision, I come up with the following:

Now be ye not stiff necked, as your fathers were,

Then there’s some stuff about following God and wrath that I’m going to ignore.  This seems like actually good advice, so I am going to try doing neck stretches and maybe get a massage.  I expect good things from this.

Featured image credit: Fabian Vervelde via flickr

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Elizabeth

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Elizabeth is a professional belly dancer, a flaky computer scientist, and a returned Peace Corps volunteer. She lives in Georgia (the state of the U.S., not the country) but is nonetheless somehow not a combination of stereotypes from Gone with the Wind and Deliverance. Her personal blog is Coffeefied. Operafied. Fluffified. Beglittered.

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