It sure has been one rough winter this year. It has been rough in more than one way. Let me explain.
It all started one day on the way to work. I began to think of how many times I have driven down the same road, at the same time, looking at the same cars, heading the same way I was heading. I began to think is this all I have to look forwards to the rest of my life.
After a very long rough day at work I was heading home and I could not shake that is this all I have to look forwards to the rest of my life, I began to plead with God. I began to plead, no beg God to take me home. I no longer wanted to live this life. I began to tell God how tired I was and how I would not be missed and how everyone I know would be better off without me in their life.
After a few days of begging God to take me home, I began to slowly get back into my Bible. Over time this feeling of want to go home began to wane and I began to look forwards to the next day.
I am not sure if I will ever lose this feeling of wanting to go home, but I must continue to fight on. This is where God has me right now and I must learn to be content with this season of my life.
I am not sure it is worth it anymore. I am so tired of all the battles in life that one must fight.. Is it worth it anymore??? Maybe I am the idiot.
“Out, out, brief candle! Life’s but a walking shadow, a poor player that struts and frets his hour upon the stage and then is heard no more: it is a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.” – (Macbeth Act V, Scene V).
The love, the joy, the passion is gone… I don’t care anymore. It is not worth it any more.
I have been thinking a lot about this lately and I am not sure if it is worth the time, effort, and cost to go to the movies. Since it seem that Hollywood can only make or better yet rehash old movies, I feel I cannot justify to spend exuberant amounts of money to go to the movies. So I guess I will not be seeing Robocop when it is released.
Is Hollywood scared to make an original movie nowadays? Are there no more story tellers in Hollywood? Are the books being written today not worth being made into movies? Are pay per view and red box killing off the movie theaters?
I have to admit that I have watched too much daytime TV over the last year. During this time I have come to the conclusion that there needs to be a law that states before a person can be written down as a father on a birth certificate that there must be a DNA test to prove that he is the father.
Now why do I say that there needs to be such a law? It was not until I seen on the news a study about fathers raising children who are not theirs and they do not know that the children are not theirs. This study claimed that 10 percent of women know that they are out right lying to a supposed father that they are the father of a child. 25 percent of the remaining women are not sure who the father are of their children. So if take the 10 percent and lets say half of the 25 percent you come up with 21.25 of men who are raising children that they think are those who really are not their children. (I think half is the 25 percent is a reasonable figure)
I think this is a law that everyone can agree to. A child does deserve to know who their true father is. They deserve to know that part of their family history health issues. Also a man deserves to know that he supporting his children not a child who is not his. The only group I can see against such a law is the group of women who do not want the men in their life to know that they were being cheated on.
This is so funny. And there are many days this could be a Wisconsin police chase.
Since same sex marriage has been in the news a lot recently, I have begun to examine my position on it. I have come to the conclusion that it should be legalized.. Now let me explain why.
We the “Church” do not look at marriage the way that the government looks at marriage. We look at it as a sacred religious ceremony that we make as a vow with our future spouse, but also with God. We become one with our spouse and God that cannot be broken.
The government and majority of people look at it as a legal contract that regulates our taxes, benefits and the raising of children.
Since the law says there is the separation of religion and government, we as the “church” should look at this in regards to marriage.
Thus, I am proposing that all legal marriages must be performed by a judge or justice of the peace. No pastor, priest, rabbi, or any other religious person can perform a legal marriage and these legal marriages cannot be performed in a church. By doing this we keep the government out of our churches because we are no longer performing legal marriages that they can regulate. This does not stop the “church” though from performing a sacred religious ceremony for those who are a member of the church. And the government cannot regulate this activity because they would them be infringing on our right to practice our religion without government interference.
I hope this make sense.
Well, it is that time of year again. I have been told that I need to make some sort of New Year’s resolutions. So I have been thinking of some, but I am not sure if it is worth it though. Here we go with the list.
Have a better church attendance.
Read my Bible more.
Write the child I sponsor through compassion more often.
Read more books.
Sleep with ever attractive single woman that I meet.
Become the ruler of the US then the ruler of the World.
Win millions upon millions in the lottery so I will never have to work.
Run a marathon.
Write the number 1 song that every radio station will play nonstop.
I think that is a good list to go by. It might be hard to do though even though some of them are not that realistic….
Let us be honest some of those on the list are good things and others are not good of things to do.
The real thing though is that I should not be basing my life on some list that I write up or some list that someone else comes up with. I really should just do the best I can at being the person that God has made me to be. If I do that, the rest really does not matter.