Wednesday, May 2, 2007

History Repeats Itself

2 May 07

Su Ling blogged about a 13-year-old friend caught smooching in the kitchen. That sounds familiar to anyone else?

By the way, I'm not talking about the blogging. Nope, I'm not talking about the getting caught part. And, nope, I'm not talking about smooching. I'm talking about 13 year old for screaming out loud!

Any savvy teenager out there wants to interpret this snippet from Su Ling's soap opera preview this week?

And while the kissing goes on somewhere else, Shannon mentioned in her blog about the papers reporting firemen extricating the bodies of three teenage Indian girls from a car wreck today with the Indian also teenage driver hospitalized with serious injuries. They were driving home from a birthday bash. She posed a simple question to her readers.

Somewhere between the kissing and the partying and the merry making, the fun stopped.


Are we suppose to learn something from this?

I remember Poh Leong also sighing something about going through some tough time making decisions and feeling dry spiritually or something. Not that I'm picking on Poh Leong. But for those three girls, if they haven't found the Lord, they have bigger problems than feeling emotionally and spiritually strung or choosing what to do with their lives. For them, their journey has come to an end.


Are we suppose to learn something from this?

Guys. Some of us are drifting. And we don't know why?


Tell me, what are we missing here?