Saturday, April 24, 2010

Orthograph #77 - How Prayer Works

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

ZING!! Brilliant.

Anonymous said...

Zing!! Brilliant.

Anonymous said...

Well, you get my point. Dang.

s-p said...

Anon, hmmmm... vain repetition? :)

Ruth said...

You know, I got it when I first looked at this. And then next time it seemed as if the arrow should be outside both circles.

s-p said...

Ruth, I was shooting for diagramming the hymnography and patristics that the Publican (and the Thief on the Cross) was heard even though his words were few. The intention was to represent "little length" and sincerity as opposed to frequency (although some things said one time are vain). But I see what you are saying too. I may have to work this one over. I can't have heretical orthographs floating around out there. :)

Another Anonymous said...

"Length" implies length not shortness; simliarly "Frequency" doesn't imply infrequent. But aside from that you're laughing :D