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What does Sunday mean to you? Is it just another day? Another opportunity to shop, work, and make money? What about for your employer? If you can’t produce or accomplish enough in five days, do they expect you to work 6? And if you can’t get enough done in 6 days, do you work the 7th? For most Americans, Sunday is exactly that: just another day. But for all the money that we’ve made in our culture that is hopelessly devoid of any time set aside for family or worship, and for all the things that we’ve accumulated by using every opportunity possible to spend our earnings, are we any happier? As a society, have we seen any benefit at all to our obsessive work habits, and lack of disagreement to seven day work weeks? Continue reading
Last night at work, I was unfortunate enough to have to listen to Ann Coulter on Piers Morgan Tonight on CNN during my lunch. As she was rambling on with her usual anti-Liberal rhetoric, I was reminded of a time when I too bought into the crap the cable networks tried to pass off as news and blamed the Liberals for the deterioration of morality in American society. As she plowed through her laundry list of ‘Liberals-are-evil’ complaints, the only thing that I could think was: “Liberals are not the enemy. Satan is.”…kinda neat to see how open your eyes become when you choose to not be blinded by the world.
What are you living for? Where do you find your inspiration? What makes you do the things you do? Are you looking for something? Most people are. Sometimes it helps to take a look back at where you were at some point in the past to get a more clear picture of where you’re going in the future. Thanks to an email from a friend and some advice from another, I’ve decided to take a look back at when I started this blog, and the reasons for doing it then, so that I might be able to remind myself of where I was and where I need to be. Continue reading