Café Crem

Art, Music and Words around The Coffee Table

What if God was One of Us…

By Miki

I think it´s time for a new theme in Cafe Crem. Because it is Easter soon, and anyway Palm Sunday is next Sunday, and following Danu´s suggestion (yes, again!) I decided to chose the theme:

“God in our life”

I would like you to write about your own God, about your own experiences with God, in special occasions and in your everyday life too, how your view of God has changed or evolved along your life, etc. Also write about if you don´t believe in God at all, or if you don´t know what to believe…
And when the time comes, I would like too that we write about the way how you celebrate Palm Sunday and Easter in your respective countries and homes. In fact anything to do with Easter: bunnies, bonnets, eggs, bells, etc…

As always any kind of art to illustrate this theme is very welcome in Cafe Crem, and Coffee Cups, too, of course! I still want to smell coffee here!

And… it is not because we are speaking about God that we must always be dead serious… Fun and humour are always deeply appreciated in Cafe Crem!

And, last but not least: New authors or contributors are welcome in Cafe Crem! As we say in France:

“Plus on est de fous plus on rit!”

(The more crazy people there are  the more we laugh!)

The new theme will start on Wednesday  12th March. So, if you still have something to say about the differences between men and women, hurry up!


March 10, 2008 - Posted by | Art, culture, Easter, family, God in our life, humor, life, men, religion, women, writing | , ,


  1. Can you talk about Godesses too? Danu is one, for instance (not me, common! the Celtic Godess)…

    Comment by iondanu | March 10, 2008

  2. Of course, Danu, Godes and Godesses!!! And especially Danuses are welcome ín Cafe Crem!

    Comment by Miki | March 10, 2008

  3. Great topic! God and Easter (eggs) – the subject matter of most of my art!

    Comment by Susan Cornelis | March 10, 2008

  4. Well, I’m gonna have a lot to say on this one, and I guess it’ll be no use me turning up in front of St.Peter when my time comes, as he’s likely to say “for you, buddy, we’ve thrown the key away!”

    Comment by kevmoore | March 10, 2008

  5. p.s. however, I try not to let my lack of religious conviction get in the way of my consumption of unfeasibly large amounts of chocolate easter eggs…

    Comment by kevmoore | March 10, 2008

  6. I’ve recently read in a book on Middle Ages that what ordinary people liked best about religion (before Luther and Calvin) was the fact there were a lot of Saints Celebrations… the only time when ordinary folks, paysants and such, didn,t have to work…

    Comment by iondanu | March 11, 2008

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