What is the matter my Lord? Between whom?
Ah, well do I remember those famous lines. Yesterday I wrote words, words, words. Today they are gone, and tomorrow ... well, I shall stick to today since tomorrow may never come!
Sometimes too many words are put on a page. Many words mean that much is not read, and the meaning is buried beneath the mountain of words. Just look at an insurance bill, or any sort of loan, and I think you will immediately understand.
The other day I wrote my good Catholic opinion on the points Ibid brought up from the article. Later that day, I actually read the article. Then I realized, there are many things in this world that refuse to budge even though all the words in the mind of man assail them. It was a waste of time to write so much, because as the saying goes, "there is nane so blind, as he who will not see". With people at CFN, no argument shall ever convince them, but only prayer and grace shall ever move their hearts so bound by bitterness and anger to spiritual communion with the Church.
Thus my vain words like all words fade away ...