Thou Shalt Not Drink and Text You think it's better than a drunk dial, that you're being all coy and witty. Drunk texting doesn't put you at an advantage—it takes away your leverage.2. Thy Shalt Not Leave Out Essential Details"I'm on my way," is a very different text than "I'm on my way with my parents and my brother who loves ninjas." The latter prepares us, and allows us to down a few martinis, or escape.Thou Shalt Not Play (Word) Games We're not talking about wordplay, we're talking about pretending you didn't get the text or ignoring them, or letting people see them who you know should not; it's immature and just plain mean.3. The former makes us really happy, and then destroys that happiness as we try to smile during your sibling's discussion of the bo staff versus the katana blade.__Everyone has a texting rhythm.That place is the Ten Commandments, found in Exodus 20. What I would like you to do is spend time reading these carefully, and then take time to pray over each one. We are to have an exclusive relationship with our spouse. The book of James says that our tongue is like a rudder on a ship. One night I was out with a couple of friends diving for lobster. “If you want a long-term relationship with Me,” God says, “We have to have time together. I want a whole day.” In the same way, in order to have a healthy, growing marriage, husbands and wives need time together…special time, exclusive time, sometimes extravagant time.Ask God to begin to open your heart to see how these commands could be looked at as principles for marriage. It’s been said that Henry Ford, on his golden wedding anniversary…50 years of marriage…was asked, “What’s the secret of your success in marriage? It will send the ship of your marriage in whatever direction your words go. Some guys were out in one of those big, long speedboats drinking and zooming back and forth at 60 miles an hour. And I think we all know that if we do not schedule it, it will not happen. She found that surveys showed the average couple spends 37 minutes or less in face-to-face conversation every week.
"Preparing things well is necessary, but don't fall into the temptation of trying to close or direct the freedom of the Holy Spirit, which is bigger and more generous than any human plan." 5) Working without co-ordination, like an orchestra that produces noise.Our posts include jokes, satire, books, music, films, videos, food, Unbelievable But True, and In the News. We always assumed that the writing on the tablet was some random Hebrew letters, because we never got a good look at them.On Monday night we watched the PBS tribute to Brooks on American Masters, on which they played this clip."When one's appearance, the colour of one's vestments or honorific titles become the primary objective of life." 8) Suffering from 'existential schizophrenia.' "It's the sickness of those who live a double life, fruit of hypocrisy that is typical of mediocre and progressive spiritual emptiness that academic degrees cannot fill.It's a sickness that often affects those who, abandoning pastoral service, limit themselves to bureaucratic work, losing contact with reality and concrete people." 9) Committing the 'terrorism of gossip.' "It's the sickness of cowardly people who, not having the courage to speak directly, talk behind people's backs." 10) Glorifying one's bosses.