Need to Ponder

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I’ve missed blogging. Mostly, I’ve missed the opportunity blogging gives me to think through an issue.

While I haven’t blogged much, I’ve still been tweeting. That’s fine, but you don’t have to put a lot of thought into something that you’re going to say in 140 characters. It’s easier to stay on the surface with issues when you have the excuse that you can’t write more than a line or two.

That said, I hope to spend some time thinking and hopefully blogging on a few topics. The ones that are rolling through my mind include:

1. Millennials and the Syria question

2. Women in the workplace

3. Being a hypocrite

4. Betrayal

5. Why Christians can’t keep their opinions to themselves

6. Citizenship questions

7. Singleness at 30

Among other things. I’m making no promises or excuses. What has been on your mind lately?

2 thoughts on “Need to Ponder

  1. I miss you blogging as well. I also understand that sometimes it’s just hard to make room for blogging as life moves forward. I look forward to reading your thoughts on any and all of the things you’re pondering.

  2. Here are my thoughts regarding your interesting array of topics!

    1. Millennials and the Syria question– I am blissfully ignorant about this subject.
    2. Women in the workplace– I am a woman, and I work. We are awesome. I wouldn’t have it any other way. I don’t think I have it in me to be a stay at home mom.
    3. Being a hypocrite– I think we all are a bit of a hypocrite, but I try not to do make anyone do anything I wouldn’t be willing to myself.
    4. Betrayal– OH! My girlfriend just told me about her husband’s terrible betrayal. Ugh! He’s such a pig!
    5. Why Christians can’t keep their opinions to themselves– well, this is a rather blanket statement, although I will agree that some Christians can’t keep their opinions to themselves, and I would also say that Christians are more vocal about their opinions than Jewish people or Hindus or atheists. But I have a theory about this– Christians are more vocal about their opinions because God has shown them the path and they are anxious to share the road with others!
    6. Citizenship questions– Umm, I’m already a citizen of the most awesome country ever, so I’m cool.
    7. Singleness at 30– I didn’t get married until I was 30. My advice is: don’t sweat it.

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