two funny agnostics on a crazy pilgrimage

pilgramge.png
a pilgrim will always keep his word. this and a bout a thousand gr

6 Comments so far

  1. mitzi (unregistered) on August 9th, 2005 @ 7:52 am

    it takes five days, a place well known for its basilika, and have your merchandise blessed


  2. hinterhalt (unregistered) on August 9th, 2005 @ 12:25 pm

    thx for corrections mitzi. merchandise and shopping are both right. just looked it up.

    -hinterhalt


  3. mitzi (unregistered) on August 9th, 2005 @ 3:35 pm

    Yes you can have your shopping blessed as well, but you can’t “let your shopping bless”. Of course you could let your shopping be blessed, but that looks a bit awkward to me.


  4. nex (unregistered) on August 10th, 2005 @ 5:25 am

    Fascinating read; makes me want to know more. Why are you agnostics? Can’t make your minds up, or have thought long and hard and believe that’s the smartest choice? And why the pilgrimage? To see what it’s like, because you enjoy hiking, or for spiritual enlightenment?


  5. Philipp (unregistered) on August 10th, 2005 @ 7:41 pm

    In my belief (pun intended), Agnostics are people who simply don’t have enough time to worry about the existance or non-existance of some unshaved hippie wrapped in a white sheet.


  6. nex (unregistered) on August 11th, 2005 @ 8:02 am

    That’s why I asked … I don’t think a lack of time spent thinking about the issue is the reason here, considering that HH even went on a pilgrimage, so I’m hoping for a more interesting answer.

    You equated all gods with the (pseudo-?)historical figure Jeses Christ; was that intentional?



Terms of use | Privacy Policy | Content: Creative Commons | Site and Design © 2009 | Metroblogging ® and Metblogs ® are registered trademarks of Bode Media, Inc.