OK. I admit it. My shampoo saga is now a legacy. (Or an obsession).

It took going to Madrid to finally start me on the path of true shampoo righteousness. I entered the shower, and this greeted me. Intense repair.

Now, I’m not sure what “Aufbau” means, but I’m hoping it’s not Swahili for “monkey urine.” But if that’s what it takes to grow me some stellar hair, then bring it on. I’ll try anything once.

But here’s my question: when does something damaged merit “intense” repair? How broken does it have to be? And when is something beyond a state of repair?

Enlighten me, please. ch:


Billy Jepma · 27 Jan ’10 at 5:47 pm

There is always a way for something to be repaired. Physical items have their limits yes. But any human being who willingly wants to be rejuvenated, (pun intended) there is a hope for them in God the Father. Not drugs, not relationships, and not alchohol. Only. God. No less. He is Great and can restore anything he wants. He is Pure and Divine. So, people can go so deep that they truly do need, intense repair’, but only God can provide it.

    Christopher Hopper · 27 Jan ’10 at 10:04 pm

    Come on, Billy! Preach it! YEAH!

    Billy Jepma · 28 Jan ’10 at 1:48 pm

    Yeah man! It’s what we were made to do dude! You rock at it, and I think its rubbing off on me, that, and my parents are so involved in a personal relationship with our Father thatw worhsiping my Father seems so natural, I just do it through writing, for I’m not actually a good singer at church worsip. But my voice through words is strong. And I’m not afraid to show it!

Storyteller · 27 Jan ’10 at 6:01 pm

And here I was thinking you WANTED to be bald. 🙂 I hope your legacy proves effective.

    Christopher Hopper · 27 Jan ’10 at 10:05 pm

    You know…I really do like being bald. So simple!

Amy P. · 27 Jan ’10 at 7:56 pm

Psalms 147:3 He heals (repairs) the broken hearted and binds their wounds. Whether you have been broken through hurt or abuse or God has allowed you to be broken in order to create a “New You” He is faithful to restore. Wasn’t he bruised and broken for our salvation and healing?? To be broken is painful but to be restored or repairedis “Divine”. Jesus can heal the deepest of wounds and through the broken hearted He can make a mighty testimony of His love and grace. He is all powerful there is nothing He can’t repair

    Christopher Hopper · 27 Jan ’10 at 10:05 pm

    I feel an author in the making here…I smell greatness.

Nathan Petrie · 28 Jan ’10 at 8:01 am

All that is broken has the opportunity to be put back together by the One Who created and the One Who breaks.

But my buddies already said that ::forces smile:: Thanks guys 😛 lol jk

Sam · 28 Jan ’10 at 10:18 pm

I am pro the Q ball look 🙂

David Pfahler · 29 Jan ’10 at 11:03 am

Hey Chris,

“Aufbau” is German and means constitution or structure. But in this context it’s more like repair.
Best regards from Munich, Germany


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