Living in Subjunctive

February 22, 2008 — 1 Comment
Life is very much becoming more and more in the subjunctive mood.

Not that it is bad or anything at all…

It just needs to materialize into a more indicative reality.

Starting a band…

Researching the heart…

Crafting dialogue…

Studying theology…

Incessantly reading…

Planning the ultimate road trip…

Hedging out a sabbatical month…

Plotting out recording time…

Looking for inspiration…

Reflecting on the Trinity….

Chasing sunsets…

That about sums it up, but as you can see there’s a myriad of possibilities of what may come to pass (hence the reference to the subjunctive mood of the Greek verbal system).

However, the difference lies in changing what may come to pass into what is coming to pass.

May God guide the process as it steams along…

Nate

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One response to Living in Subjunctive

  1. …Hey Nate, Good job with the two blogs, please continue. I am currently trying to write my thesis document and subsequently build an art show to show the concepts I’m interested in. One of the pieces I am constructing is a set up in the gallery that shows videos. These videos contain sunrises and sunsets. Each video is approx an hour long, no time lapse to speed it up. So the piece will challenge you to stop and watch a sunrise or sunset. There are more that I will definitely have to talk to you about.
    If you have some time to either post it here or on Marturo I would love to hear more about the heart.

    later
    Barron

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