You Can’t Spell the Flu without “F-U”!

Posted: April 12, 2013 in Wicked Pissah

This past week I was struck down with the Flu. I wouldn’t wish that on my worst enemy. Wait a second…I’m supposed to love my enemies and do good to those that hate me…oh yeah….almost forgot…. ūüôā

As I continually transitioned from feeling like I was in Africa in the summer, to the Arctic Circle in the winter, it came to me that you can’t spell Flu without F-U! Of course that means forget you :). During one of my¬†Eskimo¬†phases, I went in the back yard and laid in the sun. As you can see I was joined by the fur-kids.

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The sun’s light gave me the most wonderful physical feeling I think I have ever felt as my entire body was reverberating. I though about how the sun is our only source of natural light, and even the moon can only be seen because it’s reflecting the light from the sun. I couldn’t help but think about one of Jesus’ “I am” statements. This one is John 8:12:

“I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.”

I then began to think of the parallel of physical and spiritual euphoria. At that time I felt as amazing physically from the sun’s light, as I did spiritually from Christ’s light the day I decided to consume his light, as opposed run from it by deflection.

In¬†comparison, however, for over half of our lives we don’t experience the sun’s light,¬†but we can constantly experience Christ’s light, even when we are in darkness. We just have to invite him in.

Formula of the Week

The speed of light < the speed of the Holy Spirit

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