Then the Bible which we read might have passages like this:
Come unto me all you who are heavily laden and I will give you a process developing a focus group leading to provisional recommendations as to the best way of approaching a methodology of living into the new reality in which we find ourselves.
Much as I love the Anglican way, there are some things that are so deeply frustrating about the way we do, or rather don’t do, things……
OK, OK, enough about Anglicans and processes. Something different next time round, promise!
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Wow. I am going to have to work over our Vestry some more. They simply could not construct a statement such as the above; as soon as they would agree on the word “process” the whole effort would dissolve into interminable side discussions that would run out the clock on the meeting.
On the other hand… maybe that’s a good thing!
Just a little venting moment 🙂 There comes a point where you hear the same silly word repeated in the same meaningless way, and you’ve just gotta say something…..
can we enter into an intentional dialogue about this?
Ouch. Now, don’t you start. 😉
Peter, while I appreciate deeply that you may have received offense from such a statement, I cannot, at this time, actually say that I was sorry to have made it. I am open to more listening…
lol 🙂 You’ll be sending me off on one about ‘listening’ now, won’t you?
well, I might as well invoke a process… I’m in the running for “best religious blog” category at the Canadian blog awards – and I’m going to see if I can create a common cause Anglican blog buzz – vote for felix hominum at the online poll for the CBA located at:
ps – I won’t be offended if you delete it as a bit too “spamish”
Not a problem, I’ve voted for you anyway 🙂