The Frustrated Thinker, Not To Be Confused With The Constant Complainer

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  1. Two words jump out: “abandonment” and “intimacy”. These are two words that our culture has become either so goofy or ignorant about, they don’t know what to do when people use them.

    I just actually posted a thought from Oswald Chambers regarding being “abandoned to God” (which you can link to here –> ) with my commentary after the entry. The “intimacy” part, well, it’s just sad that any time in our culture nowadays when a person uses the word, we go straight to thinking about the sexual version of it. As my belived bride pointed out to our pre-marital couple years ago, “I think of praying with a person as a more intimate thing than sex.” As a guy (or perhaps, just me as a guy, even a Christian one), that was a thought that I seriously had to meditate on for a few days, not because it didn’t sound right, but because the decades of crap that found its way in through my ears was trying to tell me it *shouldn’t* be right.

    Kudos on the insights, bro…there are other “thinkers” out there with the same things on our minds.

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