Mother Superior Vena Cava would like to share some wit & wisdom that she gets in & out of the convent. She is predicting that there will be a new era of those who long for the convent life & will take the vows & the veil “without murmur.” She is quite confident that there is enough drama in life & silence will be of much value.
Mother Superior Vena Cava taps her iPhone & shares wisdom. Join her Holy Order & profess your vows!
Also known as Her Imperial Highness, Princess Melita Bonaparte, Order of The Most Holy Hashtag, she strangely lives a combination of Religious & Secular life. “I am in & out of Trouble, just as others are in & out of being on some A-List. I do hope my photograph of this bumper sticker will make people think. All that judge stuff makes me very tired.”
Today, she observed this bumper sticker on her way back to the Convent & hoped that it would inspire some happy thoughts in a world that needs them. “If I can reach one person with this thought (as the kind owner of this vehicle reached me) then the day will be all the better for it.” –Mother Superior Vena Cava: 22 April 2015, A. D.
If minds, hearts, souls, can open up, if we can just live & let live, we would not need to memorialise tragedy. Hate is a form of tragedy. It might make for compelling theatre & films. We might not have half of what we do on Saturday Night Live without it, but a peaceful life, with fears done away, could cause a new art form never before imagined. It stirs in my mind, but I must admit, that I have no idea what to call it, nor quite how to respond to a world without hate, without the ritualised killing called war & execution. Having a world without land mines & torture could bring about an artistic revolution that would have us all thinking & acting differently.
Till that fine day comes, here is what we see @ present: 4 Views of Violence & Plastic Body Parts, Store Window, San Francisco 2013.
STOP THE VIOLENCE-view 1
STOP THE VIOLENCE–view 2
STOP THE VIOLENCE–View 3
STOP THE VIOLENCE–view 4–This one, because of the hand being more visible, shows more despair…
My inner Melita Bonaparte felt that there was more to this place than just getting your tank filled up. I sort of imagined Mae West purring this business name out & getting jail time for it, the way she did in New York City back in the 1920s. But, here is is, “Fill ‘er up at your own risk!” Then go, really quickly, go as fast as you can, because you don’t know who might be following you!
Just don’t come and go as you would in ordinary circumstances…you Kum & Go when in Joplin. Just get your business done, and go, just go!
Once it’s over, it’s over. There is no going back, unless you pay.
This puts it in context, I think?
It’s on a street called Maiden Lane, so that sort of cleans up the act, I’d say!
And, now, for the GRAND PRIZE–You Tube Has This Video—Yes, a place to go when I get tired of being passed over because I am not related to anyone in the food chain!!!!!!!
Kum & Go Will Be There For You! There is always a need for someone to mop up puke! I can do that!
et ascendit in caelum,
sedet ad detexteram Patris
Et expecto resurrectionem mortuorum, et vitam venturi saeculi. Amen.
HAPPY EASTER TO EVERYONE, WHICH IS HOW IT WAS INTENDED FROM DAY ONE!