Ria’s Bluebird restaurant in Atlanta, GA.  Recommended by the concierge at our hotel and totally the right place for our family.  The pancakes seem to be the favorite, but I enjoyed the Early Special with eggs, hash browns and biscuit.  Their coffee roaster is http://www.batdorfcoffee.com.  I bought some beans to take home, a pretty nice deal to boot.  Thanks for the great food team! 

The I understands oneself in relationship to the you. In regards to the church the individual can belong to the concrete community when one belongs to the essence of the collective whole. For the church the individual thus understands itself in relation to Christ but also to the other individuals that make up this concrete community. Therefore observing what the individuals within the context of a community reflect their common essence. Such a willful community creates a distinction from just a group of people who gather.  

- My own thoughts so far on his dissertation

The I understands oneself in relationship to the you. In regards to the church the individual can belong to the concrete community when one belongs to the essence of the collective whole. For the church the individual thus understands itself in relation to Christ but also to the other individuals that make up this concrete community. Therefore observing what the individuals within the context of a community reflect their common essence. Such a willful community creates a distinction from just a group of people who gather.

- My own thoughts so far on his dissertation
"The life of the pastor completes itself in reading, meditation, prayer and struggle.  This means is the word of Scripture with which everything begins and to which everything returns.  We read Scripture in order that our hearts may be moved.  It will lead us into prayer for the church, for brothers and sisters in the faith, for our work, and for our own soul.  Prayer leads us into the world in which we must keep the faith."
-Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Spiritual Care (pg. 69) 

"The life of the pastor completes itself in reading, meditation, prayer and struggle.  This means is the word of Scripture with which everything begins and to which everything returns.  We read Scripture in order that our hearts may be moved.  It will lead us into prayer for the church, for brothers and sisters in the faith, for our work, and for our own soul.  Prayer leads us into the world in which we must keep the faith."

-Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Spiritual Care (pg. 69)