Living Bald Jesusism: Month two of twelve
My first month of living Bald Jesusism can be found here
I walked twelve miles yesterday. Half a marathon. It was so satisfying. A big part of that was the human interaction along the way. The friendly bartender when I stopped to drink a cold beer along the way. Running into another parent from my daughter’s school along the way. Chatting with the guy I bought a taco from about San Antonio. Randomly having some lady show me her car and commiserating with her about how hard it is to sell a used car when you are honest about the flaws. These were simple, trivial even, interactions – and yet – satisfying and impossible if I had not simply decided to be out taking a long walk. The walking – and taking the time for the walking – are so important.
1/ Gm Frens. Today Let's look at #HolyBjble Exodus Block 1:21-27 #baldjesus #BaldJesusism #Work
Do not confuse the labor of man with the labor of the universal. Do not confuse the agenda of humans with the agenda of the divine. Work is not something to be taken lightly. pic.twitter.com/VmWSu6Vnw1
— Bjble Quotes (@BjbleQuotes) January 28, 2022
I still have the urge to write 2020. So strange. Yesterday, I went to the University of Hawaii at Manoa and papered Bald Jesus promo posters all over the campus. Excellent work making these by Pokemon Dundee.
Spreading the message of #Baldjesus on the #uhmanoa campus #baldjesusfollowtrain https://t.co/pO8XNlDmm5
— Bjble Quotes (@BjbleQuotes) January 29, 2022
The first Bald Jesus holiday of Ukulele Day was a lot of fun. I did a small twitter space, played ukulele with friends and enjoyed the whole aloha vibe of the day.
2/ "We practice aloha on this day and on Ukulele Day every practitioner of Bald Jesusism is an ambassador of aloha to the world. This is a great day to give the gift of ukulele. If you are an expert, it's a great day to give free lessons!" #ukuleleday #baldjesus #baldjesusism pic.twitter.com/OxmnsUASpt
— Bjble Quotes (@BjbleQuotes) February 2, 2022
I’ve been enjoying the daily walks, meditation, and stretching/light yoga. It’s fun to introduce people to BJ on a daily basis – although I admit, it always feels a bit odd to bring it up. Lol.