Sunday, June 11, 2006

A Quote From ThePresiding Heresiarch

The following interesting insight into the psychology of Bishop Griswold on the proper place of the laity comes from the New York Times.

After retiring, Bishop Griswold said, he may write a book or two. Or take up invitations to teach. Or tend to his house in New Hampshire, where, he said, he can scythe a meadow.

"I like to scythe," Bishop Griswold said, with a small smile, "because grass obeys in a way people sometimes don't."

"Tolerance" is a wonderful thing, and anyone who dissents will be cut down without mercy! Any further comment from yours truly would be both out of place (not my problem anymore!) and superfluous.