Ephesians 5:15 -17: Look carefully then how you walk, not as unwise but as wise, making the best use of the time, because the days are evil. Therefore do not be foolish, but understand what the will of the Lord is.
I woke up the other morning with the most bizarre image stuck in my brain. I’m not sure if it was the tail-end of a dream, or if it was the morning musings of my thoughts as I was waking up, but here it is:
I was looking at a man sitting in a row of seats in a movie theater. He was totally alone in the theater, stuffing his face with popcorn. Some of the popcorn was missing his mouth because he was so engrossed in the film on the screen that he didn’t always make the hand-to-mouth connection. As I looked to the screen, I realized that he was watching his own life being played out onscreen. He was enthralled just watching it all play out. In my mind, I remember thinking to myself how sad it is that he was a spectator of his own story. He should have playing the role of Actor/ Writer/ Director, like many of the famous Hollywood actors of today.
All morning long I could not get that image of the man watching his life onscreen out of my head.