Saturday, December 17, 2016

Matthew 22:36-40

Had to be in public to give away books yesterday. It was a libary thing.

Met a lot of people.

Heard a lot of Happy Holidays and a lot of Merry Chistmas. I usually returned whichever sentiment was expressed.

There were a couple of people voiced their sentiments that it should be Merry Christmas blah, blah, blah.

I judge those people. It's a stupid thing to be passionate about.

It's not an original thought to say that passion is misplaced and would be better served on being more Christlike instead.

It's ironic really. The entirety of scripture hinges on two things: love god with all your heart, love your neighbor as yourself. If, as a Christian, you are doing those two things - really doing them - not any of this love the sinner, hate the sin bullshit, but actually loving - you wouldn't get tripped by trivial shit like what words are being said to convey a happy sentiment about the holiday season.

Selah.

With that in mind, here's my holiday wishlist. Buy me something so I know you love me, or whatever.

Titty sprinkles!