i appreciate those of you brave enough to step inside the mind of a man who is striving for honesty in life and more specifically faith. I realize it might be a weird experience some times but thanx for taking the time out of your day to pause and take a look.
timing... when to say something when not to.
for some its little more than a pause in a sentence. for others it is natural and comes with little effort. for some it comes once in a lifetime and still others its frequently bad and untactful. i find myself struggling these days with the issue of "waiting for the right time to say or do something. what happens when you think it is best to wait and you wait too long? what about when its best to act and you act too soon? its as if my salvation threw my timing off and I'm waiting to get my watch back from the shop.... well more like I'm trying to fix it myself... (I'll take the obvious answer and say i really do need to pray more about this but lets explore for the blog's sake)... is it that i care more about people? if it is then shouldn't it be a relatively simple task to utter things in unison with the "music"? it feels like people are listening to a different song some times. i guess it may be a desire for words to have maximum effect with understanding. am i whining? lol well i guess i may be wanting that. how and why are we waiting to tell people things? are the reasons we wait selfish?are we being too careful? do we have great surprises? are we being truly loving?is silence really golden? (am i being redundant?)and why are jokes funny when they shouldn't be and why are they not when they should? speaking of timing. did somebody say the pizza is done?aardvark... so whats this all mean in the big scheme of things? well i think it may have something to do with the previous blogs. wait for it... wait for it... wait for it...
all good things come to those who wait?
also, why is it that the sabbath is so illusive?