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A lover of the liberal arts, especially antiquity in its diverse forms, I am nonetheless wholly devoted to, utterly transformed by divine revelation. I seek to know the thought of the past, articulate my deepest longings aroused by the wise, and understand the uneasy relationship between reason and revelation; all for the sake of proper action and contemplation, both now and in the future.


What a cute bunny!

So I came across a picture of a ridiculously cute bunny. Wanna see? Well, you're reading my blog, so I assume you do.

I think it's pretty cute.

So this past week has been rough (I did more relaxing that I should have during Long Weekend) but I think I have finally learnt my lesson - I don't care how antisocial I get, work comes before play. I came to St. John's to read and such, and by George that is what I am going to do.

First of all I am going to work on Euclid till my eyes drop out. I am sick to death of not knowing these propositions. I have not been called upon to demonstrate them often but regardless - I am a better student than this and I will prove it. So there. My dander is up, as Jay Berry would say in Summer of the Monkeys. And speaking of which, that is a GREAT book. You should read it in addition to the other GREAT books we read here.

I cannot wait until the weekend. I will listen to Beethoven's Sixth, watch Princess Mononoke and Castle in the Sky, do my Greek homework, lab homework, math homework, and rewrite my paper. It will be a good weekend.

There you have it; my weekend itinerary. So I do not do all the work I should over Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, tear my heart out and sacrifice it to Kali.

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