PairingsPosted: November 1, 2008
I mentioned in my last post two books on the subject of self-deception. These books are helpful on their own, but when read together, uh, or, sequentially they form a more whole-istic, integral picture. More bang for your buck because of the exponential interaction and what-not. I’d like to expand on that with some of my favorite pairings…1. Fish and Chips– must be partaken of at Dan McGuinness, a lovely irish pseudo-public house here in Nashville. A pint wouldn’t hurt this pairing one bit, either.
2. Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk and Wild at Heart by John Eldridge. Both books are pretty good on their own- Fight Club ftw, tho. Chuck is able to say things and ask questions that John can’t b/c John writes for a christian publisher…
3. Indonesian coffees and paper cups. The earthy tones of indos pair best with paper. Ceremic is a killjoy and styrofoam eats the planet.
4. Whiteboards and Dry-Erase Markers. In most cases, you can substitute one thing for another- not so much in this case.
Pairings are essential to full experience. One brings out more of the other. Grace pairs nicely with peace.