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  • Eric Keller (Mad Pastor) November 5, 2011 Reply

    I thought this was very funny. I envisioned Jesus floating down from the clouds and no one looking at him but instead a world of people looking down at their phones watching him descend online.

    I really liked his point about doing everything that is available to do as not being a good idea. I think we are overstimulated as a society. We have so many choices that we become paralyzed by our options. I think the happier people pick a few things and don’t feel like they’re missing out on the rest. The unhappy ones are constantly searching for something else without being happy with what they have.

  • Peter November 7, 2011 Reply

    …Everything that’s available to do isn’t a good idea…

    This is wisdom for the church and our “programs”!

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