For some of you, today marks the halfway point of the year…
For me, on some level, this is the day I expect to die. Maybe not this year; maybe it will be next year. Considering how many bad things have happened on this day, several times over the years, it would make sense I would die on June 29. Some of you think I could live forever; I wouldn’t bet on that if I were you.
This is the day Jesus doesn’t take the wheel, if I can avoid it. The car accident on Fountain, that I’ve described in an earlier post, was nearly catastrophic. My knee had to be reconstructed because of that. But I will walk, thank you, if I need to go someplace today. However, since everyone that could have helped did not, I’m still without a valid driver’s license. Perhaps if the courthouse I’m trying to reach had more than two, two-hour windows of operation a day I would have a better chance. Just another reminder; the Messiah does not control everything.
If I was extremely superstitious, I wouldn’t even get out of bed today. But even on a day like today I try to make the best of it, to make the most of it. Deep inside though, just surviving today will always be considered an accomplishment.
Ask yourself; “Who is the real X-Factor?” and “Who really is: The Voice?”