by jhon baker

I’m an advocate for Lazarus and because of this I have to stop and question the wisdom of Jesus on his actions. At what point did Laz ask to be raised up, like he was. Who would choose this life?


It’s mental health awareness week – you can tell can’t you.


Didn’t Mary ever teach Jesus to ask before just going ahead and fucking with peoples lives or death?


there is a small animal staring at me from about 10 feet away. It looks like a red fox and it is right outside my requirement room near a book shelf that contains our board games. I think it’s fucking with me.


I am aware of mental health. I am also aware of mental unhealth. Mostly I am aware that once I went insane it was blissful (sometimes painful) with periods of awful, glaring stability in-between phases.

that may be an EAP misquote – it’s early and I haven’t been able to sleep but smoke and play some guitar.


K wished me a happy mental awareness week and we both had a good laugh.


8 Comments to “Lazarus”

  1. I’ve always thought that were I Lazarus, I would punch JC in the face as hard as I fucking could.

    That story always bothered me.

    Showboating asshole.

  2. And I don’t know about you, but I really, personally, don’t need anymore more awareness from Sunshine Suzie and her Clueless Lollipops.

    Those people make me want to do things that a jury would never convict me for due to their convictions.

    How can you have any pudding if you don’t eat your meat?

  3. An I love you too, Jhon. Very much.

  4. Not sure if it’s just “us” or what, but I have *serious* issues with Jesus H. and his — what? — indifference? Also, if ever there was a candidate for Mental Un-health Superstar, he was it. But that’s just me talkin’. Talkin’ CRAZY!

    Love this, Jhon. But there’s nothing you write that I don’t love, so… Yeah. 🙂

  5. truth. i had to google Lazarus.. I think at one time I knew alot of stuff, but it got whipped-away..
    and also, what is a healthy brain vs an unhealthy one.. what if all along it was reversed?
    (just thinking out loud here)

    • I love your honesty and there is no shame in it. When a person has gone through what you have there is an amount of memory loss to be expected – PTSD (which you undoubtedly have) has that wonderful affect.
      Your thought has merit – I’ve taken note of how many so called “normal” people are on psychotropic medications now. Maybe I ought to get off of them and just enjoy the ride!

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