If we were all robots
by Ronwyn Hughes
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Have you ever thought to yourself, "life would be easier if were all just robots." I have a couple of times. You wouldn't have to stress about traffic because a robot feels no anxiety. You wouldn't have to worry about digesting food because a robot runs simply on a fuel source.
You wouldn't have you worry about where to sleep because a robot needs no warmth but simply to be shut down. You wouldn't have to stress about education because a robot is simply expected to produce what it is programmed to do and can do so instantly.
If we were all robots, yes there may be many areas of life we would not have to worry about, but we also would never experience the joy of being hugged and touched or feel the sun on our face or enjoy the sight of a beautiful rainbow.
Life can be hard, but along the way there are moments of great joy and pleasure. Don't waste energy trying to make life easier. Know that in all things God is at work in you so that one day we may all experience the great joy of God's eternal presence.
Posted By Ronwyn Hughes to GrowingwithGod by Ronwyn at 11/06/2012 09:08:00 PM
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