...powerful, though borrowed words...
I have kept this statement at arm's length for quite some time, but doubt I'll ever have an opportunity to share it...except here in this month's "pump." Please spend a little time contemplating it's message...I think you will find it worthy of your time.
Psychology, even that of my own shadow-side, is still a downstairs maid in the human household. True, the kitchen, pantry, laundry, plumbing, heat, and fuse boxes are all downstairs, as are most explosions!
Theology, no longer queen, or even mistress in the human house, is an upstairs maid who works for order and meaning, and Ethics is her bound-partner whose taste and style give the place its character.
Sociology, the outside gardener, can keep the place from the sewer's attrition, while true Religion is the chief steward who brings grace and communion at table.
But all these are in the service of the house-keeper, Man, who is agent for the sometimes absentee owner, God Almighty, who also sometimes, indeed, still comes to the table for supper.
No water today...just priming the pump,