Saturday, July 30, 2005

meet a REAL HERO...

it's one thing to serve your country in a war, shoot people dead, etc...and be shot at. it's something quite different to not participate. read all about a REAL HERO who chose not to participate at the following address. i think it takes far more courage to be a person of peace, than somebody who shoots people, and drops bombs from above. what do you think?;_ylt=AsMHHz6h8Ys8lDPByo1Vh0.s0NUE;_ylu=X3oDMTA3MjBwMWtkBHNlYwM3MTg-
P.S. i don't think george w. bush ever saw any combat action during any war.

Friday, July 22, 2005


go see the movie CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY! i give it two snaps way up! it's good!

Sunday, July 10, 2005


my blog is me. it is intended to share myself, and my life with everybody, in hopes that i may be of help and inspiration. if we are ever going to have peace in our world, then we must stop all this violence.

My Dearest of Friends,
Today I want to share with you my diary entry. I know we all face innumerable challenges in our lives. Some of us face cancer, divorce, a broken hip, financial troubles, wacky families, illness, heartache, rear-end problems, etc...
I don’t intend this to be a downer. I want it mostly to be about spilt milk. When we have a mess, we simply clean it up, and move on. This morning I faced a little bit of spilt milk. I walked out to my car to find that somebody had completely smashed out the back window. I cannot analyze why this happened. I can only suspect that somebody has far too much anger, hate, fear, paranoia, and sadness in their heart, and in their life. They may even be mentally ill. It is not for me to determine why I am the victim. My job is to clean up the spilt milk, and move on, and continue to be Frank Landfield. I have never smashed out anybody’s rear car window, and I never will. These acts are by people who are ultimately crying out for help. We seem to live in a very violent time, especially since November of 2000. I think a lot of people are very angry, hurt, and disappointed, and haven’t a clue what to do about it, or how to make things better. And so, perhaps smashing out a window is a kind of symptom. As they say in Hawaii, “no rain, no rainbows”. We must all face rain. Some of us have even learned to love it! Of course this was a very cowardly and childish act. People that do these things always come in the middle of the night, no doubt to hide their face, shame and fear. In a way, I feel sorry for the person or persons who did this, because I think they really need serious help. As for me, I’ll get the window replaced, AND put some brand new stickers on it. We can not and must not allow anybody to frighten us from being who we are. Our enlightenment and peace depend on our love for, and commitment to, non-violence. One day, perhaps even in our lifetime, we really will see an end to war, hate, anger, fear, and violence. Until then, every time somebody spills my milk, I’ll just clean it up.
I love you all very much. Peace.
"It's better to be hated for who you are than to be liked for who you are not."

Tuesday, July 05, 2005


i applaud the UCC for getting it right. it's about time a church supports real equal rights for everybody. god has personally told me many times that She supports gay marriage.

"The million-strong United Church of Christ (UCC) has become the first major US Christian denomination to come out in support of gay marriage.
The UCC's general synod passed a resolution affirming "equal rights for couples regardless of gender".