obsessiveness

Ahhh!  Isn’t it nice when you suddenly don’t have a totally-cluttered-busy day?  But then of course, you end up “wasting time” on things…

We’ve discovered a benefit to having to learn a new computer:  you end up learning about a LOT of things you could have done even on the old one!  Like with the music-organizing programs, the internet browsers, etc.  The next thing is to choose a photo program that can do all the things that The Mom could do with the old one–which she can’t keep, because (apparently) it will become unusable, since it’s not being supported any more.  But, as Sam says, the point is that her years of knowledge with that program has given her the benefit of knowing what she CAN do, hence what to look for in the new one.

The following verse makes us think of two things (and we point the finger at ourselves):

  • how obsessive and indulgent today’s society is–with such quality things to listen to, to look at, to eat, etc.
  • how few people gather for our church’s Sunday evening prayer time–just when we need it so badly!

“Run away from infantile indulgence. Run after mature righteousness – faith, love, peace – joining those who are in honest and serious prayer before God.” (2 Timothy 2:22)

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