Technology and I are having one rocky relationship right now. It’s actually a love-hate relationship especially when I’m trying to figure out what on earth is going on just on the other side of the screen… And then I think to myself, “How is it possible technology is making me feel completely inferior when it is a stupid inanimate object that right now seems to be the bane of my existence for the moment?”
While technology is wonderful and has its advantages, there are moments I would like to knock it upside the back of its head like this woman is doing in the picture. Yeah, Ma’am, I couldn’t have expressed myself any better… especially since I don’t want to destroy my computer because buying another one would require I give up cash, and at the moment, I really don’t want to.
Those moments I hold so close to my heart, those moments with the God I believe in… pen, paper, bible… quiets my soul like nothing else- a place of solitude and simple meditation. In those moments of talking with God, my mind finds itself clearing, the dross of my life being taken out. In those moments, His mercy and grace covers me and extends forgiveness and healing, His Word speaking life in only the way His Word can.
“One thing have I asked of the Lord, that will I seek after: that I may dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life, to gaze upon the beauty of the Lord and to inquire in his temple.” -Psalm 27:4