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Thursday, March 1, 2012

Notes on the Human Heart Chronically Without Christ.

1. The human heart chronically without Christ is a fickle, restless and a voracious tyrant. It wants what it wants only as long as it wants it.

2. The human heart chronically without Christ is small because it serves a disastrously nearsighted master: self. Self is diseased to the degree it will eventually kill the heart's capacity to truly see and hold another person's heart as if it were it's own.

3. The human heart chronically without Christ plays endless, sometimes brilliantly subtle games to get others to feed it's lusts and treasured impulses.

4. The human heart chronically without Christ is cruel for it will subjugate other people to elevate itself and be glad it did, often hiding it's glee.

5. The human heart is chronically without Christ is deceitful to depths beyond knowing, habitually lying to itself and others to uphold the labyrinthine fantasies of fools.

6. The human heart chronically without Christ is never fully satisfied, so it is easily courted by users, posers, sycophants and flatterers - human or not.

7. The human heart chronically without Christ plays dangerous games in minefields littered with crushed dreams and shattered lives.

8. The human heart chronically without Christ sees Potemkin Villages as investment opportunities.

9. The human heart chronically without Christ can cherish any illusion which comforts it's own vanities, and celebrates its proud ego inflations.

10. The human heart chronically without Christ will be gradually hardened to the point where it's no longer human, and will never be again.

11. The human heart chronically without Christ might choose the way of death - whistling all the while or slowly accepting monstrosities as necessary.

12. The human heart chronically without Christ will most likely appear respectable, a model citizen, a "Hail fellow well-met," an agreeable, pleasant chap, but at it's core lives a parasite slowly eating.

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