Join The Club

Naomi Wolf is a feminist type chic. She is best known for her book about cosmetics called Beauty Myth. My copy is on our coffee table. Anyway, Naomi went in for treatment for writer’s block and had a vision.

“I actually had this vision of Jesus, and I’m sure it was Jesus,” said Wolf. “But it wasn’t this crazy theological thing; it was just this figure who was the most perfected human being that there could be – full of light and full of love.”

Yup, that’s him. But the story gets even more weird for this feminista.

More bizarrely, she experienced this as a teenage boy. “I was a 13-year-old boy sitting next to him and feeling feelings I’d never felt in my lifetime,” said Wolf. “[Feelings] of a boy being with an older male who he really loves and admires and loves to be in the presence of. It was probably the most profound experience of my life. I haven’t talked about it publicly.”

Whoa, then how do I know about it? Maybe this is all a vision too. I feel light and love starting to fill me up. Not full yet, I’m full of something else at the time.

5 thoughts on “Join The Club”

  1. Where do people get this stuff? Heck, where do YOU find this stuff? I mean, its funny and yet ludicrous…

  2. I don’t find this stuff, this stuff finds me. If there isn’t medication for it, there should be.

  3. It’s probably one of the pills you see advertised on TV that don’t say what they’re for, but leave you needing to ask your doctor to get one.

    What’s that purple pill for? well the commercial doesn’t say, but hopefully it will take care of the crazy coming out of that woman.

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