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Patterns are for personal use only. Please do not distribute any copies of the pattern. If you want to sell finished products from my pattern, please remember that you can sell things with part of the pattern but not the entire one, and that you must credit to the shop. The American humourist, James Thurber wrote a charming book called The Beast in Me and Other Animals , in which he imagined the beast within to resemble a panicky and ungainly domestic dog, the kind of creature that might be voiced nervously by Woody Allen in the film version. You know how in old black-and-white movies they used low set lights to increase the angles and proportions of the shadow of some out-of-shot person?

The dramatically enlarged shadows loomed across the walls of some dark alley until the actor entered the shot and revealed himself to be normal sized. Well, I imagine Thurber the koala crawling out-of-shot, with some old floodlight casting an enormous bear-like shadow across the wall behind him.

His dark silhouette looks terrifying until the white-hot light of the cross is played on him and he is revealed for all he is, jittery and sightless, more sad than startling. Indeed, it was because of the beastliness of the human condition that Jesus offered himself as a sacrifice. He who knew nothing of these things became them all that we might be set free from them and know the righteousness of God.

This is the monstrosity of the cross, more monstrous than the beast within, more terrifying than our worst fears, more comforting than our wildest dreams. It would have to take something more beastly than the beast in us to break its hold on us and set us free. That last song ends with these lyrics:.

Thank you, Mike. Thanks Matt.

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You might enjoy reading them. Both are great. Brilliant stuff Mike. Very much enjoyed reading your work on this one.

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Do I have your permission on that? Thanks again for this last one. God help the beast in me, indeed. The record opens with the beast in Johnny Cash ranting and raving about how annoying the recording crew were by getting in his way. He swears like a sailor and boasts about his own stints in jail, and his drug use, all the while fulminating about the cruelty of the American criminal justice system. This is Johnny Cash at his most beastly. In fact, this is the concert where Cash was snapped flipping the bird in that now-famous photograph.

Little wonder then that Cash was attracted to the lyrics of another writer who also knew the beast within.

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Often, we imagine the beast inside is some terrifying unstoppable minotaur. But I think we flatter ourselves when we do.

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A friend of mine says he thinks the beast in him could be more like a lazy koala than a raging grizzly bear. Our beastly natures often seem more pathetic and ridiculous than frightening.

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If a koala population is under stress because of predators or a reduced food supply they contract a chlamydia organism that results in conjunctivitis and ultimately blindness. So, maybe the beast within each of us is more like a blind stressed koala than the horned monstrous creature that Leonard Cohen imagined.

The American humourist, James Thurber wrote a charming book called The Beast in Me and Other Animals , in which he imagined the beast within to resemble a panicky and ungainly domestic dog, the kind of creature that might be voiced nervously by Woody Allen in the film version.

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You know how in old black-and-white movies they used low set lights to increase the angles and proportions of the shadow of some out-of-shot person? The dramatically enlarged shadows loomed across the walls of some dark alley until the actor entered the shot and revealed himself to be normal sized.


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Well, I imagine Thurber the koala crawling out-of-shot, with some old floodlight casting an enormous bear-like shadow across the wall behind him. His dark silhouette looks terrifying until the white-hot light of the cross is played on him and he is revealed for all he is, jittery and sightless, more sad than startling. Indeed, it was because of the beastliness of the human condition that Jesus offered himself as a sacrifice.


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