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The Smell of Your Dead

Universal. In the use of dynamic equivalence, with the force in the story of international systems of exchange, did you ever hear a woman say, “I want a man who wants to be with me.” ?

In Union, as the DEFINING INSTRUMENT of the Culture, behold the irony in the dialogue, by You who is The Existential: “Where art thou, Adam?”

“Hallowed be Thy name.”

“Your name, too, should be hallowed, Adam. Yours whose kingdom is to come. On Earth as it is where I am.”

“Thy will be one.”

“By the sweat of your brow, leave! The time for worship is over. Get out of here.”


In the old country, in the original language of Ireland, the morning greeting was equivalent to “Dominus vobiscum.”

In the use of dynamic equivalence, with the force in the story of international systems of exchange, I object to their new view – of The Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, of the retired Pope Benedict XVI. With the new Roman Missal.

“Where art thou, Oh Lord?”

From where had the belief come, in The Creator? In the smell of The DEAD? As an essential part of his message, there is silence. There is this silence of the dead? What the living calls Ghosts … And from out of what these ghosts taught me, as First People.

Passwords. Entry into what? Organizations! The power of the ghosts of the past. In a different language, then. What was left behind. Working on behalf of the ghosts. . . The Created dead?

Good morning. The soup du jour. Today’s creation. As First People. The inheritance. Conjugate. Organize. The rules of spelling. The invisible borders. Change the ordering. In order to become connected. Or disconnected, like with Brexit.

The stillness. So, in the beginning, there is this silence of the dead, of life, to come. A child’s. In birth. With this pride being related to them, here – The DEAD who once listened to me on behalf of God. To have absorbed what has been. Glory Be! As the dead come to life, in me.

There is this silence of the dead, still creating, through story, each word. Think of each word as an essential part of his message, connected to silence. Connected to Church and State. So from where had this belief come that Creation has come to an end?

From the power of the dead, The Created ? The comedy watching a baby, for The Creator.
That child once was me. As an essential part of his message – in coming to understand Creation – was the day you fell back, having created one of your own. And then, in silence, witnessed birth and death. . . of your very own.

The inheritance, in  the lake of dead languages… or deaf languages, no longer heard.  ‘Closeness’ in the stories – or not. God, in the struggle like Abraham, to complete Creation, to deliver a son who is half of His, into the world? Or in the struggle to let Creation continue, with lot more shared dominion.

Closeness – the stories of Paris, of what once happened there. From where I now live. To emphasize silence again. What I am trying to recreate. In the mix …. .like the Closeness, there is the connection of silence to prayer, like the connection of the living to the dead in the smell of dead fish. Behold the irony that dead fish end up on shore, after all the waste humans dump in the sea where there is no place in the ocean for burials.

In the trajectory of these fishermen who tried to save the world. Were there Sea monsters? Storms, for certain. The comedy watching a baby try something the first time, for the parents of the Wright Brothers. Like trying to walk on water? “Oh, no!” The power of the Holy ghosts of the past, somehow deep within?

Yeah, from where had the belief come, in This Creator?

To first KNOW. The purpose of any writer is that you come to know the character who now are mostly ghosts. Not like in the flawed investigation as to from where “they” had come – like Adam and Eve. When good mothers formed you, to leave. Consider Cain and his mother – contemplating or not. Her first born son was not gonna leave. When Mothers stayed home… going crazy. Contrast Abel and Abram versus Eve and Cain. In worries about home & garden. To protect and defend. Compare the half-siblings – Abram to Sarai – in that both left, different from Abel to Cain, when only one left. Formed, to leave. So did you note all of the LEAVING in the beginning, in the Hebrew Bible?

To sell freshness, in story about “In Union,” as the DEFINING INSTRUMENT of the Culture, as First People still: Lead us. Deliver us, Oh Lord, after we leave, so that one day the Dead might lead us. Still.