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“Feeling” the Gap

I was thinking of what to write about when I stumbled on this devotional…Though not the original title, I had to give it my own title, but I must admit that it’s helpful and insightful. Please read on…
Live a life of love... Ephesians 5:2 NIV
When we take stock of our day-to-day actions there's often a big gap between what we say we value, and how we spend our time, money and energy. Couples spend four times as much time watching television as they do talking to each other. Parents spend an average of four hours a day watching TV, one hour shopping, and six minutes playing with their children. And with each day lost, the gap widens.
In the movie City Slickers, actor and comedian Billy Crystal stands before the children in his son's school class and decides to teach them a lesson they are perhaps not ready to learn: 'Value this time in your life, kids, because this is the time in your life when you still have choices, and it goes by so quickly. When you're a teenager you t…