I don’t care

When I was in high school, I used to like some of the Robbie Nevil songs that praised the glories of apathy & indifference (Wot’s It To Ya’, C’est La Vie).  I think I liked these songs at the time because I didn’t know how to handle my deep feelings of care, concern and connection for people and the world around me.  Sometimes I still feel this way & can get overwhelmed when I think about various situations, Saving Moses, people and events – I’m deeply concerned about what’s happening in Egypt with the instability there.

But just because my feelings can be overwhelming from these various situations, relationships and experiences, I’ve come to the conclusion that I cannot become apathetic.  In my mind, apathy is just a socially acceptable word for passive violence.  So what do I do with these things that can easily overwhelm me?  Pray.

Prayer is the best immunization against apathy.  Pray often, pray quickly, pray fervently and pray all the time.

0 thoughts on “I don’t care

  1. Ohhhh Sarah it is so easy to fall into the skepti-cism, pessi-mism, crit-cism because misery loves company. The key word is “DON’T”, instead of I don’t care – DON’T fall into Satans negative trap for sympathy, anger, or anger. In anger managemet the saying was that “cynacism was anger’s evil twin”.
    So who are we mad at God? He didn’t get our game plans approved?. Well take heart it’s a daily battle to be won only by suiting up. Smiles and Blessings

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