Monday, October 20, 2014

A message to my Generation

This is a message to my generation
But first let me take a selfie
Hashtag selfe, LOL, Twerk
Just a few words that have consumed our daily lives
Our work, and by work, our purpose what we were sent here to do by an amazing Creator.
But we have forgotten about Him too.
See we like more about the amount of likes we have on our Instagram photo, then the amount of love we show.
And we turn of the TV the second we get home, but we turn our head when we see someone alone
Someone lost, someone hurting,
But we are to busy rewording a tweet
And we live in this bubble were our live is so sweet.
Self surfactant, self serving,
Isn’t it unnerving to live in a world that values material possessions?
And doesn’t bother the ask the question
What we do as right and instead does it feel good.
I mean if it feels good, it must be right
But we forget that the most regret comes from what seem to feel good at the time.
We say we want to change the world, but all we do is change our status.
But Molly I post about Jesus,
Yeah well that good and fine but selfie with a bible verse
I guess what I am implying, it’s about making everyone think that our lives are so grand.
Funny how the boastful was the ones that Christ couldn’t stand.
And its not surprising how walks of insecurity are rising.
When were are constantly comparing our back stories, to the highlights of everyone lives.
I meet more girls everyday, who would rather die, because they see themselves worthless.
They think their life has no purpose.
Who can compare the image to the beauty in Vogue, that seemingly perfect.
Guys getting high and using girls as their drug, because bro you ant cool if you living as a thug.
It just a circle of using and being used.
And I’m so done with the gift of free well, being abused.
It times make your life worth something more the just the highest score on flappy Bird.
You have voice that should be heard.
You want to be happy and love yourself more.
How about you stop focusing on you and start opening a door.
Covering a meal, live your life in a way that a person you portray isn’t a copy of the person who the world tells you to be.
Cause the very best version is the one that can break free of all the influence.
And find that inner confidence and once you find that you are going to start to realise that you don’t need more then 12 like to feel pretty.
And you wont wanna a sub-tweet to get others petty.
Once we can this point were change begins to happen and maybe in crazy but I have this vision that our generation breaks this stereotype of religion.
That we break down the walls of judgement and pride. And instead with arms open welcome everyone inside to a place where we can all come together to the things that God really wanted.
Like loving each other and loving Him.
More than ourselves and more then our things.
Now some say that wont happen,
So I challenge you to make the change in yourself and change what the future brings.
Cause maybe social media sucks what is the norm.
But for I wont be frozen in the world, that I have been chosen to transform.

Thank you to Molly Kate Kestner for this inspirational video.

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