“Physics of the Quest”

So, I thought I’d take one for the team and go out for a “chick flick” with my wife tonight.  I figured after tromping around Alaska and putting up with two days of wet salmon and halibut fishing in Ressurrection Bay – the least I could do would be to take her to a Julia Roberts movie.

Before I knew it, I found myself in a theater full of post-menopausal cackling women – some of whom I couldn’t tell if they were actually laughing or gagging at some of the movie lines.

Well, if you’re a woman going through a midlife crisis, want to leave your husband (no apparent reason than not being “happy”) for some turd about half your age and then tromp around the world pouncing on pasta and some Brazilian dude – this might be your kind of movie.  For the rest of humanity (for the sake of humanity) to include the Venus types, stay clear of this one as if your life and sanity depended on it.

All I can say is that people can easily spend their entire lives searching for fulfillment and in the end, be as lost as when they first began.

J. R.’s is going through a midlife crisis and it ain’t pretty…

Everyone in life is on a quest, whether they admit to it or not.  Where will your quest end?  Will chasing dudes, pasta and Eastern oriental meditative mysticism bring eternal fulfillment and everlasting life?

“I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life.  No man comes to the Father but by Me.” – Jesus (John 14:6)

These are some physics you can put stock in:

16For by Him were all things created, that are in heaven, and that are in earth, visible and invisible, whether they be thrones, or dominions, or principalities, or powers: all things were created by Him, and for Him:

17And He is before all things, and by Him all things consist.”

Colossians 1

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2 Responses to “Physics of the Quest”

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  2. Johnathan says:

    Clearly you missed the point dude…. The purpose is surely not to disregard God in our lives but to embrace uncertainty rather than certainty…i.e. putting your trust in Him. Next time try to think and learn beyond your little box before expressing an embarrassing opinion like you’ve done above.

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