Recently I have gone to Bible studies and been in other conversations where there are strong opinions. Whether the conversation has been about what restaurant to go to for dinner, what kind of camera/tablet/phone to buy, or specific views of theology I realized one thing, I have no opinion. Not in a bad way or anything, but honestly I have no opinion about a lot of things because I don’t see how it matters in the long run.
For me it doesn’t matter what restaurant I go to or what features new technology has or finding the answers to those deep theological questions that will probably never be answered.
Why do we need to waste time trying to “discover” the answers to deep theological questions when we know we are human and can’t grasp the concepts anyway?
I would like to say that the reason I don’t have an opinion on things is because I am concentrating on things that truly matter and not wasting time, but in all honesty that is not the case.
What if it was though and not just for me?
What if we stopped debating the little things in life and started to concentrate on what really matters?
What if we took the time to care for others as much as we take trying to figure things out?