It’s Not the Same

Let’s assume for a moment the best prognosis for my knee. When the City finally pays out and I get my bike back, I still can’t afford to go off on long rides. This thing with my heart means I have to stay close in travel time to medical help. I can ride, but not all that far out into the boonies. I could go out there if I could drive, or maybe ride a scooter or something, but long bike rides are out for a while, if not altogether.

The workouts I do at home are probably good enough as far as exercise goes, but sitting on a chair in the breezeway outside my door is a poor replacement for standing out in the wind-swept countryside. This all requires some mental adjustment. And I still have to find the inspiration that used to come so easily out on those long rides. I most certainly do intend to be back out there once the knee gets better, but I still have lots of time here.

So I’ve decided to fill some of the time with turning that Answering series from this past April into a book. It requires some rewrite, and I’m pasting in that article I wrote for “Trending” as the intro. I’m still waiting for help on the Radix Fidem booklet, too. But this Answering book will be a longer piece and might serve to introduce our religion more specifically.

Pray with me about these things.

About Ed Hurst

Disabled Veteran, prophet of God's Laws, Bible History teacher, wannabe writer, volunteer computer technician, cyclist, Social Science researcher
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One Response to It’s Not the Same

  1. Benjamin says:

    Will do.

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