Yes I’m definitely into crunch time now for the semester. I slept all of 4 hours last night after completing my paper and a PowerPoint presentation on Buddhism in Sri Lanka. OK I didn’t totally finish it – the bibliography is not done yet. You know, bibliographies serve a useful purpose in showing a reader where to go for more information on a subject (or, let’s be honest, for showing a professor where we went), but I sure do hate them. I hate the nit-picky specifications that are required. But I digress. I’m just glad to have this one knocked out.
Turns out that I have to present a summary of a couple of chapters in the philosophy colloquium tomorrow – I thought my turn wasn’t for another 2 weeks. Oops. No big deal, just makes for a long night (or day tomorrow) because I had to work tonight. The chapters are fron To Everyone an Answer and are “Religious Pluralism and Christian Exclusivism” by David K Clark, and “Eastern Thought: The Chimera of Pantheism” by Ravi Zacharias. Should be interesting enough. The good news is that I will basically be done with everything but the behemoth paper for Ecclesiology. That’s the last and highest mountain to climb and I’m done. Really.
So… what in the world am I doing here? I got stuff to do!