Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Virtue (Blogophilia 51.4)


Virtue is defined as a pattern or thought or behavior based on high moral standards.
So, isn’t a virtue choked with something hypocritical?
Like me eating other delicious hot Krispy Kreme doughnut, while bemoaning my waist?
And dreaming of camping by the Grand Coulee dam, only to while my time here at the screen?
Waste and sloth are not high moral standards in any religion.
Even Atheists hate them.
Maybe I should be doing something else?







16 comments:

  1. No you should not be doing something else. Ugh Krispy Kream - hate them

    As to my bloggy - well for you to say more please is high compliment indeed I value your opinion. And, by the way, my guy ain't no demon....

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    1. There is something about the soft icing melting with a cup of coffee...

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  2. Wrandomly wonderful write! Got the topics and that's a good thing! 8 points Earthling! :)

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    1. oh Drat forgot to say who I am Why...Its me! Marvin Martian!

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  3. LOL - "Even Atheists"

    "It is far better to grasp the Universe as it really is than to persist in delusion, however satisfying and reassuring." Carl Sagan

    Hypocrites make the world go round. ;-)

    Sallon

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  4. Somethings are hypocracy while others are just the basic contradictions built into our nature. I enjoy sweets and would like to weigh less: a contradiction - one can out weigh the other depending on the day or the mood. I don't think that is hypocracy, just being human.

    Chuck

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  5. finger pointing .... even at one's self... is only compounding the blame of chocking up one's virtue.... delegating is a cause not a solution.... makes you think Christopher... Fascinating read..

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  6. up's Toby Just is my Myspace name.. Its Trev off FB ...

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  7. I just lost 10 pounds and now I want a Krispy Kreme doughnut.

    Michelle K.

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  8. Loved the way you "handled" this...and your words are so true ;-)

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  9. Maybe you should be consulting Sallon for the definitions instead of a dictionary.The lady I learned this week, has a knack for words and coming up with her own dictionary,LOL!

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  10. I always enjoy reading the Blogphilia world according to Christopher! Like the doughnuts, your words arefood for thought!

    No I hope you do not do anything other than what you are doing! I look forward to reading your blogs! :)

    Joanie

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  11. Always food for thought (mmm Krispy Kremes, it's been a while). I often wonder if I should be making better use of my time.... :D

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