“Faith never knows where it is being led, but it loves and knows the One who is leading.”
Lately I have come to a revelation of sorts. I have gone through the past year or so trying to come up with the plan for my future, trying to decide which college to attend and how to make that happen. Although I am not our school’s valedictorian, or even close to that, I have definitely worked very hard in high school and would consider myself a student at the top of my class. Whenever I think about my future I always think of my dream job, becoming as successful possible and going to a school where I can make all of that happen.
But recently, I’ve started to rethink that. Maybe success doesn’t always lead to happiness. Maybe the real success in my life will just be living in a way that glorifies and honors God. Although I’ve always dreamed of going to a college far away and creating a new life for myself, I think deep down I know that I really just want to attend a school where I can grow closer to the Lord. So from now on I really am going to be okay with wherever I end up… because I love the One who is leading.
“Smart comedy” doesn’t mean that it will make you smarter, but rather that it actually took some intelligence to create. What makes the NBC comedy so great is that week after week it features lines, jokes and situations that not only make the audience howl with laughter, but make your jaw drop in awe at the creativity and wit of the writers (not to mention every episode is densely layered, which makes each one infinitely rewatchable). The only explanation for the lack of viewership is that people aren’t watching television to be entertained anymore; they’re simply watching it as a diversion.”—What The Community Hiatus Says About The Current World Of Television (via sixseasonsandamovie)