Day in the Life: My Sketchbook, Round Seven

Today we take one more trip back to 1992. This entry is an example of my note taking. I tend to latch on to a theme from a teaching and elaborate visually. I'm sure I miss a lot of deep truths that are shared after I find my theme but I have had to make peace with that part of my wiring. For those of you who cannot read my writing (yes, that is a common complaint) the left side of the page says the following:

What I see... (and where I want to be; I want to do; I need)
What I know (and my book knowledge; my experiences; my ideas)
Faith (trusting what I don’t know and can’t see and knowing that it’s best)
[NOTE: the "no brain" graphic is my "thinks too much" reminder]

The two faces have nothing to do with the words, although they could be pondering the Deep Thoughts®...

A Really Random Day, 1992
(click on the art to see it gigantic on your screen!)


Anonymous said...

you have a lot of talent

Jaysephus said...

Thanks, Anonymous, but we'll let that be our little secret, okay?

Laura Jean said...

So, this was early calvary years. Which means neither of those mean are Pastor Kent- for he had a mullet.

BTW that break down still applies 18 years later. cool.

Paige said...

I really appreciate the translation! ;)

It is amazing that we all fight those same thoughts every day. In fact my brain had an argument with my heart and my soul about an hour ago.

Jaysephus said...

Who won, Paige?

Paige said...

I think my selfish heart won. ;)