I’m seriously struggling with this whole no TV thing. Last night, one of my favorite shows Once Upon a Time was on and the whole week they had been advertising that someone really important died. Why couldn’t they have waited to air that episode until after Easter? Who knows…
So last night, I kept my twitter feed open and literally refreshed it every two seconds. I would refresh it and then the second I saw nothing was new, I would refresh it again. Unfortunately, I’m not exaggerating. Don’t judge–I get really into my shows. Then I made my mom text me the second she knew who died so I could be at peace with life. It’s sad, but I’m happier today than I would have been if I had to go three weeks without knowing which main character died.
I’ll try not to continue this rant or even mention the fact that I haven’t seen a rerun of my all-time favorite show in three weeks or the fact that my two current favorite shows, I don’t know at all what’s happening even though they are both in important climactic points in the season. Whatever. No big deal.
Anyway, I will say that TV was a good thing to give up because my addiction is evident in all of the above statements. I needed a break. I will say no one should call, text, or attempt to talk to me during spring break the first week of April because I will be glued to DVR for every hour of the day of that week to catch up.
I have had more time for other things, though, and last night I was reading the Bible and I found a verse about wisdom and then I was googling today and found this verse.
I’m not going to write out the whole thing, but the gist is, that different people believe different things and God will support his believers. I encourage you to look it up to read the rest.
These verses were perfect and God-given because I’ve been feeling lately like I’m being judged because I don’t necessarily believe what other people believe and this verse pretty much sums up God’s response to that.
Everyone has their own opinion about matters of life and every single one of those people truly believe their opinion is the right one. So it helps me to know not to fight about it, worry about it, or judge or be judged about it. God is the only one who can make that judgement and who can know that truth.
That’s all–just something to think about for the day.