Is the computer your servant or your master?

How to stay in the driver’s seat of your time usage

pal-girls-islamic-jihad-w-gunsMy typical morning for the last few years has been to get up, pour a coffee, and turn on FoxNews. Within ten minutes I will have heard a list of one alarming thing after another, sending me into a cycle of searching out the atrocity-du-jour, and blogging about it, trying to sound the alarm as widely as possible.
freakedoutThis wastes my time, often listening to lengthy stories, only to realize the speaker has the mental acuity of a poached egg.
And what is worse, it sets me off balance, and I spend my day being reactive instead of proactive.
Well, for the last month or two I have chosen a different order to my day, one that puts me back in control, back at the steering wheel instead of the back seat of my day.
I commend it to you:
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Before you pick up that Macbook Pro

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Spend some quality time in your Blackbook Pro


“The words that I speak unto you, they are spirit, and they are life.” – John 6:63
“Your word is a lamp for my feet, a light on my path.” – Psalm 119:105
“See then that you walk circumspectly, not as fools, but as wise, redeeming the time, because the days are evil.” – Ephesians 5:15-16

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0 responses to “Is the computer your servant or your master?

  1. Amen. If I do not spend 20-30 minutes on my knees crying out to God Almighty and his Son, Jesus Christ, every morning as soon as I get up, the day is not complete. Wish I had started this years and years ago instead of making sure I was at the office on time. God Bless.

     
  2. Yes, I do. Quit the glass toilet years ago, never been in a better frame of mind throughout the day….My Little Black Book! 🙂

     
  3. Amen!

     
  4. The computer is not evil, in and of itself: I have gotten in-depth graduate-level intell on the New World Order and new perspectives—e.g., the left-right paradigm is false.
    The Bible is good, in and of itself, because it is the inerrant Word of God. We are NOT allowed to interpret it in any way we wish, however!

     
  5. “Softly and tenderly Jesus is calling; calling for you and for me…”
    “He that seeks me early shall find me,”
    Yup!

     
  6. or…”How to free the computer slaves”, who are more numerous than can be imagined….

     
  7. traildustfotm

    I find that the computer is awesome and amazing, BUT must be kept in the role of servant.

     

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