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What would happen if the next time we do the census everyone would check 'other' for race and write in American?


Would that then become a choice for race? Everyone would be on an equal flooring. No more hyphen.


What would happen if we never had a quiver of fear in our hearts? Would we forget to pray?


What would happen if all of our righteous desires and prayers were answered? Would we cease to be believers? Would we cease to put God first?


If we had nothing to complain about what would we do with our days? Would we be truly happy?


Here's a burning one, if our children started listening and doing everything we said, would life as we know it end?

6 comments:

M Pax said... Best Blogger Tips

Nice ponderings.

On that last one ... probably. lol

Nice bumping into you.

Sylvia Ney said... Best Blogger Tips

Great questions! I'm so glad I found your blog. I'm stopping by from the A to Z challenge and I look forward to visiting again.

Angela Felsted said... Best Blogger Tips

If our children listened and did everything we said, that would be scary. As if someone erased free will and separate identity.

Dawn M. Hamsher said... Best Blogger Tips

Here is a big question.

Think back over your life. Did you have a critical turning point in your life? A decision to make?

What if you made a different choice?

Ey Wade said... Best Blogger Tips

@Sylvia I'm. Glad you stopped by. I'm a little slow @ blogging internet issues so I'm posting from my cell. Getting pretty good at it.
@Angela I would probably be wondering if the Rapture had come and I were left with the Stepford Children.
@Dawn my biggest regret today is when I listened to a bad agent and was directed away from Balantine books. I often wonder what kind of author I would have become.

Ey Wade said... Best Blogger Tips

@Sylvia I'm. Glad you stopped by. I'm a little slow @ blogging internet issues so I'm posting from my cell. Getting pretty good at it.
@Angela I would probably be wondering if the Rapture had come and I were left with the Stepford Children.
@Dawn my biggest regret today is when I listened to a bad agent and was directed away from Balantine books. I often wonder what kind of author I would have become.

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