Sometimes it isn’t about making what’s right out of the wrong, but turning what looks so right into the reality of everything wrong. Stop ignoring what you don’t want to see just because you don’t want to see it. Maybe if you opened your eyes and stopped intentionally blinding yourself, you would see reality instead of this formulated darkness. Your eyes would be burned at the sight of the Son, but even then you’d know that it was better than the simulated night only formed by the hand in front of your face. Take a chance: do what you know you should do. Maybe after you stop doing what you know you shouldn’t do, you won’t be so utterly miserable. Think about it.
August 16, 2011