Thursday, August 17, 2006

House of Higher Power

Based on the postings on property taxes, due to the overzealousness of the Tax Appraisers office, I invite all to join a new religious organization called "House Of Higher Power". If L. Ron Hubbard can create an religion to make himself get rich, I can create one to help us stop getting poorer.

Membership in this group entitles you to exemption from property taxes and one of the primary reasons for the existence of the HoHP.

This religious organization is a dual enrollment group. Your current religious affiliation makes you eligible to join HoHP. Part of the core tenets of HoHP is that no belief in HoHP shall contradict a belief in your mother religious organization. You are encouraged to participate in your mother religious organization's religious practices.

HoHP is a home and community based organization.

Each homesteaded home is a house of religious activity. Civic salvation includes good works such as gardening, home improvement, activism, helping your neighbor and commenting on the blog. These are all religious activities. Each HoHP sets its own local structure and hierachy. The head or heads of household are the religious facilitators. The minimum number of members to start a HoHP is one. Dogs and Cats can be members of a HoHP. Their outdoor residences are Retreat Houses.

These HoHP's all gather together in community religious activity such as monthly porch parties, town hall meetings, openings of food and drink prepation sites and yearly festivals called home tours.

Affiliated religious groups are the House of No Power for atheists, the House of Uncertain Power for agnostics and House of Self Power for humanists.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Our first official HoHP gathering/revival will held this coming Sunday, August 20, 2006 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Giddens Park Shelter. HOLY ICE CREAM WILL BE SERVED. Bless you brethren.

Bungalowlady said...

Sign me up! My office neighbor thinks we're all nuts. But, I appreciate our sense of humor.

amarathonguy said...

Very clever!
I nominate Randi's front yard as a mtg place for the House of Flower Power... and August and Cheyanne's as the House of Flour Power.I am trying to train a boxer/lab puppy. Could I qualify as a school?