The assembly was in confusion: Some were shouting one thing, some another. Most of the people did not even know why they were there.
- Acts 19:32
Ain't that some stuff? heh, let me give you a little background. My man Paul and his posse were straight representin' in Ephesus. They were representin' da Lord Jesus so well that the kats making hand-made gods started to notice a drop in bizness. Peeps stopped buying these man-made statues of gods! Well, money talks, and these artisans were not happy. So they started a ruckus and got a mob together, straight seized a couple of Paul's potnas, and dragged them into some theater. These artisans were able to insite a crowd by claiming that Paul and his hooligans were discrediting their great goddess Artemis. boo hoo hoo.... But as we can see, it got to a point where the peeps in this mob didn't even know the reason they were there. .....RIDICULOUS SON!!!!!
Potnas, let's not get caught up in the crowd. Crowds are dumb, mobs are worse. Peeps see commotion and are like, "YO!! What is that! Let's get in on this... whatever it is there's a ruckus goin' on, WHAT!!!!!" That's wack potnas. Crowds can be as clear as this or very subtle. In either case, refrain from being swept along. Let's maintain our sense of individualism, and be sure to think for ourselves. Let's be sure to accurately weigh what we observe before us, and act in a manner that is thoughtful, not thoughtless. Let us not let the crowds blindly sway our decisions in all aspects of life including perceptions of success, sexuality, the role of family, respect and dignity, self-control, substances, ethics, da whole nine potnas!!!
Just because many peeps view wealth as success doesn't mean wealth *is* success. Just because many peeps view sex as merely a natural bodily function doesn't mean that we should engage in it as many times as one takes a leak or a dump (some things are meant to be cherished...). No, do not be swayed, but form well thoughtout opinions. Matter of fact, peep what Pops would say, how how my man J would act. You can't go wrong with da author of life.