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*Me*
Midnight snacks.... popcorn - ice cream - chicken - apple - peanut butter crackers - strange combinations
Full but not satisfied
*We*
Fullness abounds: Sound - Communication - Stuff.
That’s the problem with chasing fullness … we never get enough.
We live convinced that what we really need is more…
What are you filling your life with?
How does this show up in your life?
If you are like me, when first asked your answer is idealistic.
You think, more tiem with family, or more Jesus.
Those are great as ideals.
But is that really what you are filling your life with?
Let’s be real.
Is it more stuff?
Or to be really honest, your not filling it with anything; actually you are pretty empty.
You try things, but you are becoming aware of emptiness of things… how things might fill for a moment, but they really don’t satisfy; all they do is make sure I need more.
We are trying to be full because we know we don’t have enough.
So more commands our attention.
Fullness becomes the object of our functional worship.
Everybody worships.
The only choice we get is what to worship.
David Foster Wallace
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