Hurry sickness plagues us all. Read this remedy.
As a pastor I make it my aim to encourage people to live life, and especially church life, in a “keep apart two chevrons” manner. Let me explain.
If you’ve ever driven a UK motorway you’ll see the sign above as you hammer along at the usual twenty or thirty (miles) over the speed limit. Chevron are those arrow signs, and they’re painted on the motorway for a good reason.
They’re there because the speed you are travelling will, over time, lull you into thinking you are not going as fast as you are. It’s called speed intoxication. It’s that feeling you get when you go slow down to go through a country town in rural Australia after two hours at maximum speed limit on an open road. It feels like you’re crawling, until of course you hit something, or someone, and then you realise that 60kmh is just as…
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