Humans can not bring about this RENDEZVOUS. No one knows the hour nor the appointed time … Les êtres humains ne peuvent pas apporter ce rendez-vous … البشر لا يمكن أن تجعل هذا التعيين

But about that day and about that hour no one knows, not even the Angels of Heaven, but The Father alone

Mathew 24:36
Aramaic Bible in Plain English


Les êtres humains ne peuvent pas apporter ce rendez-vous.

البشر لا يمكن أن تجعل هذا التعيين

Humans can not bring about this RENDEZVOUS.
No one knows the hour nor the appointed time …
Not with mayhem
Not with gore
Not with war
You can not make this happen.
Not with wishes
Not with prayer
Not with abnegation, no.
There is nothing we can do
Live our lives as best we can,
Manifest goodness by example.
Be kind.
And have some descent fun.
And treat our Earth
And homes, and the homes of others,
With care and respect.
These places are not ours.
They all belong to the future.
Everything is only ours to care for.
What will our works look like,
In the eyes of our grandchildren?
Oh yes. they will judge us.
What will they find?
Piles of garbage in odd places?
Trees grown around metal,
Bullets, nails and wire?
Sea creatures full of plastic
And glow in the dark cats?
Porpoises with multi heads,
Caged foxes with spotted fur?
Hormone rivers and
Dead horses?
Mutated wolves and
Four legged birds?
Corpses of babies
With their heads elsewhere?
Are there buttocks in your soup?
Is there evidence of barbarism
We thought we’d long outgrown?
If we rendevous with
Great grandchildren,
How to explain the permanent
The End Of The World ?
This ongoing mess making chaos?
What excuses are there
For sadistic,
Mindless, bad behavior,
With eternal consequences?
Ugly cruelty, with
Blood and guts all
Over Mama’s bombed
Out kitchen floor,
Is NOT going
To call any Messiahs.
Not one, not two, NONE, ZERO !!
You cannot
Command God.


You are calling for your own death.
A terrible death that is NOT martyrdom
It’s a waste. Murder is sin.
No matter what.
Provoking war is sin.
Not a plea for the Messiah.
You devil’s minions,
It is Human Beings who will
Descend on you.
It is the wailing ghosts
Of headless babies
Who will haunt your dreams,
And steal you sleep.
It is the ghosts of
Bloodless Mothers who
Will follow you through
Eternity until you
Change your being
And make good
Your soul debt.
There will be a Messiah
Sooner or later,
Or there will not.
It is NOT up to you,
Or me.
You can plead and cry and
Chop and kill and wail and die.
No difference as to when.
Only difference
Is Hell, now.
And you die
Your death
As worthles.
Turning yourself into a devil,
Gains nothing.
All gone is the good,
The wonderful,
The fun and beautiful.
So. You jigging Jinn,
Turn away,
You dancing Devils,
Just STOP.

Bear …09.15.2014


Mère de l’Amour

Mère de l’Amour
pour Esther
Votre poésie,
Votre amour,
N’est-ce pas un
Placez dans le temps.
Tous les moments
Sont les vôtres.
Tous les temps est le vôtre.
Votre enfant
Est toujours un enfant
Et un adulte,
Votre bébé.
Vous êtes capturé
Vous êtes libre
Tout de même,
Mère de l’amour.
Votre poésie
Est la Mère
De votre poésie.
Votre enfant
Est la société mère
De votre maternité.
Bear … 07.03.2014
ⓒ Bearspawprint 2014
Mother of Love
Your poetry,
Your love,
Is not one
Place in time.
All moments
Are yours.
All time is yours.
Your child
Is a child forever
And an adult,
Your baby.
You are captured
You are free
All the same,
Mother in love.
Your poetry
Is the Mother
Of your poetry.
Your child
Is the parent
Of your Motherhood.
Bear … 07.03.2014
ⓒ Bearspawprint 2014

A 1928 Yiddish-English-Hebrew Dictionary May Be the First Official Record of “Meh”

Photo: Alexander  Harkavy

The term “meh,” defined as “an expression of  indifference or boredom,” entered the Collins English Dictionary in 2008. According  to Know Your Meme, the term’s origins trace back to a 1992 “Melrose Place”  online forum in which one commenter wrote, “Meh… far too Ken-doll for me…” The  Simpsons, however, is largely credited for introducing meh into the common  parlance. A 1994 episode had a store clerk replying “meh,” and in a 2001  episode, Lisa Simpson spells “meh” out loud to express her indifference,  according to Know Your Meme.

According to  Google, the word’s popularity as a search term peaked on November 2008,  corresponding to its incorporation into the dictionary, and its steady usage has  been on the rise since then. A couple years back, the New York Times Magazine’s “Meh List” began offering an outlet to  express the most meh of meh moment, and there’s more even more meh to be found  by searching Twitter for #mehlist-worthy  items that seem to permeatemost people’s lives.

Meh, however, likely emerged decades before “The Simpsons” did it firstSlate’s  Ben Zimmer traces the word back to Alexander Harkavy’s 1928, fourth edition  Yiddish-English-Hebrew  dictionary, which lists מע (me).

The definitions as an interjection meaning “be it as it may” and an adjective  meaning “so-so” track fairly closely to current uses of meh. As  you can see, Harkavy defines it separately as a “bleating” interjection, which  matches his entry in the 1898 edition of his dictionary: baa!  bleat!

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