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FRIDAY NIGHT DOG BLOG: DANGER ON THE DOWNWARD PATH May 18, 2013

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“Religious” reflection this week1.. And who knows what the cosmos has to do with? Dexter and Hannah, whatever else, are always acting in present time. In other words that pay attention.

The most dangerous circumstance for me to be concerned with other matters is when we are going down an incline or embankment, especially if I have allowed them full lead. I did not see the other person and his dog. Before I knew I was running the embankment and being pulled along by both dogs, trying to shorten the leads and and not fall over. Just by sheer luck I got control in time, and fortunately for all concerned he had a detour to the side. I considered whether to let Hannah off the lead.

Luck never lasts.

Still we are safe and sound, for which we must be grateful. There is more whinges than usual. The cooler weather has eventually arrived, and I am somewhat congested. We still go out – with less sitting around.

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There is a connection between public singing and churches. The Gothic Cathedrals were inspired by the forests. And then there is the music of the people. Upwards is good direction, as implied, and public places and technology is the authentic note of folk singing. Brain Cahill accompanies people singing “Arise”:

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Friday Ark has been on holiday, so we might suppose the diverse range of animals, including dogs, might be boarding again this week.

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Footnote:

:1. This reference may need an explanation. Religion has as its root, “religio”, meaning to bind back – as I recall. Then the question is to bind back where? The answer: the Cosmos. That sounds right. Merriam Webster does not agree. Obviously Dexter and Hannah get religion everyday.

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