Here are this morning's rather random thoughts, each distilled to a sentence or two and offered in the order in which they arose in my aging, increasingly confused brain.
The holiest people in the Church are in the pews, not in the sanctuary.
A bishop who courageously and publicly defends the Church and it's teachings will fill the pews and the seminary.
If a new technology can be abused, it will be. And the amount of abuse is directly proportional to the amount of power the technology puts in the hands of the abuser.
When given complete freedom of choice, a government agency will choose incorrectly. In other words, it will take the action that leads to the worst outcome.
For a politician, self-interest trumps national interest.
Failed leadership results from the desire to control rather than serve.
It would seem I've become a bit of a cynic, but that's to be expected of someone who believes in original sin. God's peace...