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No.

Posted by thesinger on April 20, 2009

Yes, my dear readers. I’m afraid that my “profound thoughts” are being discussed, hashed, and otherwise digested with a smaller audience, namely, in the presence of older, wiser men and friends.

The Preacher: at this time, I have not succumbed to the aforementioned vice called Facebook. Thanks for your concern. . .

To all: Thanks for your time and concern about the health of this blog. Unless something really “moves me”, I shall consider my time more valuably spent influencing the lives and hearts of my fellow youth-groupers, church members, and family. Your gracious release from my blogging habbit is cordially requested. . .

thesinger

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7 Responses to “No.”

  1. Angela said

    Way to think about using your time intentionally. Although I enjoy your blog, I think you are making a reasonable and good choice.

  2. FavoringCurry said

    Agreed. We’ll miss the posts, but we’ll let you off the blogging habit if you stay away from Facebook too! 🙂

  3. Anonymous Coward said

    I cast my vote with yours,
    which I shamelessly would have done the other way as well.

    But since you voted this way, let the people around you be your blog.

    Write on them.

    Let them write on you.

    Most of all, live life!

  4. luke said

    Way to go! I enjoy reading a few blogs, but time invested in real relationships is more important. Nicely done!

  5. The Preacher said

    I am impressed with your wise decision. Rare is the person who kicks the blogging habit. You are wise and correct in believing that you can influence live people at home for God more than you can influence avatars online. After all God designed language to work best with face to face contact (not facebook contact).

    Hear ye the words of wisdom: A wise and blessed decision has been made. The Preacher

  6. wildflowerdays said

    i find myself very sad. but all respect to your cool choices in life.

  7. I am impressed with your wise decision. Rare is the person who kicks the blogging habit. You are wise and correct in believing that you can influence live people at home for God more than you can influence avatars online. After all God designed language to work best with face to face contact (not facebook contact).
    +1

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