I read the back of the book.
I don’t know how we get from here to there, but the back of the book isn’t very nice – at least until you get to the very, very end.
So. I’m a fatalist. We’re going to get to there, sooner rather than later, it seems to me.
But I’m also an optimist. God doesn’t waste His children, even in trying times. And the very end of the book is good stuff. The best stuff. And we get there even if this bit of the story is awful – or even if it ends, for us. Paul will tell you, that’s not a losing proposition.
Dr. Stanley used to sum this way of being up by saying, “Obey God, and leave all the rest to Him”.
I voted. I thought about my vote, did my research, hit the ballot box. And… done.
Did I think it was going to change the general course of history? No.
Do I think, even if the politics shifted for 10 years, that that would stop the course of history? No. I figure that would speed the pendulum’s swing, honestly.
I’m not real worried about the world. I read the back of the book. I know what happens.
I’m supposed to take care of my peeps. I’m supposed to obey. Das is das.
No sense getting worked up about it. Our citizenship isn’t HERE.
And it will all come out right in the end.