Prov. 11:11 – The Upright

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I am reposting this verse to memorize. I think we will see a revival of simple Bible memorization in the new future – since we value code over construct. I know I do anyway. I like the idea of public uprightness that is acknowledged in the city, over personal (individual) “righteousness” that is subjective and invisible.

[ORIGINAL] I was just meditating on Proverbs yesterday and decided to doodle on my computer. Here is what happened. I will probably use it in my presentation next month in Germany/Switzerland called “EmergAnt”. Continue for a larger version

Andrew

Andrew Jones has been blogging since 1997. He is based in San Francisco with his two daughters but also travels the globe to find compelling stories of early stage entrepreneurs changing their world. Sometimes he talks in the third person. Sometimes he even talks to himself and has been heard uttering the name "Precious" :-)

5 Comments

  • Andrew – it’s cool! Hope you have a great time in Switzerland. I would love to connect with you again sometime soon. Are you coming to Holland any time in the near future?
    Did you I have started a blog about my churchplanting experiences? Check it out: ourjourney.typepad.com. Bye for now

  • Andrew – Hi – loved the graphical meditation. Do you have a special programme that allows you to doddle like that, is it something that’s standard on MAC’s, or are you a whiz that can write your own programmes? (I’m stuck with a PC, but hey should not complain, it’s better than nothing).
    Anyway – I’d love to do some graphics stuff like that, how do I go about getting started.

  • Hey Andrew, Im pretty keen on knowing how you did the graphical meditation as well. Could you maybe do a public post? Likewise Im on PC.
    As for memorization, its interesting to note how closely linked meditation and memorization are in the psalms.

  • hi matt
    i made an animated GIF with a demo version of photoshop – and then exported it into image ready to make the animation.
    its not very good, but i love working with the scriptures – my meditation comes from tinkering with it – a bit like the Celtic monks drawing and illustrating the scriptures.

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