All the pieces of the puzzle of life fall neatly into place, and a lot of people won't want to think about it. I've thought about life, existence, the universe, and God for the first fifty years of my personal life. Now I wish to divulge my findings, and find my destiny in the second 50. This is the personal/universal journey of Michael F. Nyiri
The WebMaster completed the task at hand. He created the blog in someone else's template, changed the colors, all but one, and he gave in and used it instead in his graphic, so all was well. He surveyed his work, and saw that it was good. Perhaps, he thought, the blogs were best built in the blogosphere, and the Universal Blog would live there too, hopefully spreading it's gospel of love, tolerance, and unending hope for the soul of Man, the Universal Mind, the place we understand when we die. That is the key to understanding the depth of life's mysteries, and the ironic Truth to the conclusion of questions and irratic thinking.
So behold the blog of blogs, the kingdom of kingdoms, the host of hosts.
This is the birth of the Church of the Universal Mind. Heed the WebMaster.
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