So... Being at home, not only have I been forcibly enamored by YouTube videos, since I can't do to much. Naturally I'd like to go fishing more often, but with the kids home.. well fishing needs to be limited, and also, everyone else is fishing... because they can't work... so it's hard to find places to fish from the bank. So instead of going out to fish, I've been watching people fish... and also listening to a lot of music.... a lot...
You will always find a few artists I will listen to a lot these days. I always listen to Bill Gaithers, Sam Cooke, Old Crow Medicine Show, Chuck Berry, Johnny Cash, and Roger Alan Wade. Those are usually staples in my playlist.
But throughout the years my playlist has become... different.. Umm.. like, a lot of different kinds of music. When I was little I never listened to Sam Cook, Roger Alan Wade, of anything country, folk, or gospel. But nowadays, that is what I prefer. But I still like the stuff that gave my love for music, such as punk, hardcore, ska, metal... but no pop music... never have... I dunno…
Maybe you guys are like me when it comes to music. Often times our taste of music changes because we grow up, we discover something new, we appreciate other stuff because our minds just kinda open up to other things.
So imagine how much you have also changed as well? Just take the time to think about how you have changed since you were a teenager to where you are right now? Maybe you got more stubborn or less stubborn more compassionate or less compassionate. How is it that you have changed? How is it that God has changed you, or how is it that God is continuing to change you. I can think of a ton of stuff that have changed in my life that have made me change the way I think, so I encourage you to take some time of reflection, because well... what else are you going to do when you are stuck at home!
Hey this is Rev. Brian Choi's random thought throughout my week. Most of this stuff, will probably be about family, church, fishing, music, movies, food, whatever I think of, hopefully it will have some sort of theological reflection (maybe).