Today I would like to pour out on you readers a potpourri of perspectives I have gleaned from others regarding life and living in 2020. You can access their thoughts on social media and the internet. Courage, my friends. Read on!
Life in 2020
Our first quip is about golf and politics in 2020. “If it goes left, it’s a hook. If it goes right, it’s a slice. If it goes straight, it’s a miracle.”
“I don’t have ducks. I don’t have a row. I have squirrels, and they’re drunk.”
“Don’t bother walking a mile in my shoes. That would be boring. Spend 30 seconds in my head. That’ll freak you right out.”
“Remember, if you lose a sock in the dryer, it comes back as a Tupperware lid that doesn’t fit any of your containers.”
“Once you understand why pizza is made round, packed in a square box and eaten as a triangle, then you will understand women.”
“I pretended to be asleep, and then I fell asleep. Now I’m going to pretend I’m skinny.”
“I still can’t believe people’s survival instincts told them to reach for toilet paper.”
“I’m not adding this year to my age. I didn’t use it.”
“The dumbest thing I have ever bought was a planner for 2020.”
“Lockdown can only go four ways. You’ll come out as a monk, a hunk, a chunk or a drunk. Choose wisely.”
“I went into the bathroom at a restaurant. I washed my hands. I opened the door with my elbow. I raised the toilet seat with my foot. I turned on the water faucet with a tissue. I opened the bathroom door to leave with my elbow. And when I returned to my table, I realized I forgot to pull up my pants.”
Content of your character
“Equality is about giving everyone an equal chance, not an equal result.”
“Truism: doing good for intention, not for attention.”
“There’s a difference between being efficient or being effective: Rowing harder doesn’t help if the boat is headed in the wrong direction.”
“You don’t have to attend every argument you’re invited to.”
“Technically speaking, Moses was the first with a tablet downloading data from the cloud.”
“When you pray, God listens. When you listen, God talks. When you believe, God works.”
“If I die, I’ll be with Jesus. If I live, Jesus will be with me. So, if I die or if I live, I am the Lord’s.”
Let me finish with this thought for you. No matter what you do, keep your joy. Why? Because the joy of the Lord is your strength. If you lose your joy, you lose your strength. If you lose your strength, you can’t fight. If you can’t fight, you lose. Many are born to win but conditioned to lose all because of a loss of joy. That’s why forced joy is better than genuine depression.
There you go. That’s 20/20 vision for closing 2020. Until we fix it in our heart and address it in our home, nothing will change in the world.