This morning, the skillful moral theologian Peter Bline was found in his office where he has been petrified since 1974. When found, he was surprised, in good condition, very very rich, strong witted, with a firm grip on a vase, charming, much beloved, eager and had something left in the corner of the mouth.
He talked nonsense: “The inner self is the most important. But you should probably remember that I believe that you have different selves through life. Each is a function of the former . It is strange. How we maintain friendships and close relationships when we continually transform is one of the major issues. I have not written a book about that. And I’m really happy about that. Books can be long.”