Another tweet from David “..When learning the piano, are the only options performing at Carnegie Hall or quitting? No..” – Brad Wilcox.
This sounds alot like the first tweet. About perfection vs quitting. I would definitely love David performing at Carnegie Hall. But if that doesn’t happen, to me he is still a great singer, musician. DON’T QUIT, DAVID! YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE PERFECT! SOMEONE PLEASE EXPLAIN WHAT ‘PERFECT’ MEANS!! EVEN WHEN YOU MAKE MISTAKES ON THE KEYBOARD SOMETIMES, IT IS BECAUSE YOU ARE HUMAN, LIKE ALL OF US. THAT’S WHY WE RELATE TO YOU!! 😀
Yet another tweet: “..Growth and development take time. Learning takes time. When we understand grace, we understand that God is long-suffering..”
I’m not sure I totally grasp David’s 2 comparisons. However, I do believe that God could very well be long-suffering – given that the world has been deteriorating in its values, attitudes and behaviour. This declaration needs a much longer discussion.
There is no need to hurry, David. You have a whole life ahead of you to learn, re-learn, to make mistakes and improve. You’ve been doing that already for some time.
And the last tweet: “..that change is a process, and that repentance is a pattern in our lives.” – Brad Wilcox, His Grace is Sufficient”.
Yes, change is an ever-ongoing process. Discovering our mistakes and repenting and making an effort to change to be better should constantly be on our minds, in our intentions. The last bit – I think is a little too religiously profound for me. Not sure I should delve into unfamiliar grounds. 😀
AND DON’T FORGET TO DO THIS FOR DAVID 😀