OK, it's too late at night for much more work in blogland, so a brag, a reference and then to bed. Pluralist Speaks followed up on my entry, following up on his, on mine and on a host of others beginning to try to work out a way to say to the Anglican Communion leaders and structures, "enough!"
His self-mug is to the left. Pluralist Speaking has a name, Adrian Worsfold. He hails from New Holland, Lincolnshire, in the UK. His site is well worth the regular visit.
PLEASE NOTE we (or at least I) am/ are not talking about the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Church of Canada relationships with the Churches of the Anglican Communion, but with the people representing "the four instruments of communion" and our relationship to their agendas. The leadership has begun to babel repeating over and over again the same request/ demands and the same wringing of hands about the difficulties, etc. That is what I believe we need to say enough to. We can never have enough of the fellowship with actual Christians and Anglicans all over the world.
Oops! Almost got off on trying to untangle the mess right here. Tomorrow. But never mind, more explanations are not really needed. The Anglican Communion leadership have left time bombs in the belly of the organizational life of the Communion and looking in there we an see them ticking away. It is the negligence of the Primates and the Archbishop of Canterbury that has led to this pretty mess and they were led around by the nose by people who wanted either control or wreckage. The thing is, if we simply hang in there going around and around too we will serve the ends of the control freaks and the wreckage mongers. Oops! More on that tomorrow. For the moment simply this: Res ipsa loquitur. Well, there it is.
Meanwhile the Pluralist, in his essay further outlining a letter to the POWERS THAT BE was kind enough to draw a cartoon of me, the son of a son of Barrow-in-Furness, round head and all. I kind of like it, and more am delighted that Pluralist drew it. Thanks.
Tomorrow in the light of day I will attempt to take his imaginary letter, mine, and the many comments pro and con and work at perfecting the imaginary letter. After all there is time. The evidence of the negligence is not going to go away, even if it all blows up.
Keep on keeping on.