Listing PracticeSunday, July 29, 2012
No, you read it right. That title says "listing" practice, not "listening" practice. Are you a lister? Do you keep lis...
No, you read it right. That title says "listing" practice, not "listening" practice.
Are you a lister? Do you keep lists? Grocery lists, menu lists, to-do lists, cleaning lists, shopping lists, prayer lists, assignment lists?
|This is NOT a good list.|
Yes, I know the Bible says "hope is an anchor to the soul," but isn't that what lists are? Scribbled out declarations of hope (expectations of good things to come)? Desires and goals and plans and purposes to be achieved and accomplished? Even the dreaded "to-do" list has an element of hope attached to it... we look forward to the moment the last to-do can be checked off and we will be FREE from obligations and appointments and tasks and assignments for a time. Free to attack those other lists, like the "I wish-list" and the "I want to-list" and the "If only-list."
|This list will propel you forward in life.|
How about you? Are you a paper lister or a smart phone lister? Do you try to "sync" the two? Which do you prefer, and why?