You’ve gotta love it! ♡
Anything you could possibly want or need can be found and purchased through the Internet.
With the touch of a keypad, it’s yours. Delivered to your doorstep. No need to leave the comfort of your home. No need to waste your gas or your time driving from place to place in search of the best bargain. No need to even get dressed. There’s no tax and often no shipping charges. No need to even have money! Plastic and PayPal can do it all for you.
It’s all so simple. Easy breezy!
I have to confess. 😦 I’m an online shopper. Especially for that hard to find item. Or the best bargain. I never go to the mall anymore. The grocery store is the highlight of my live shopping experiences. I have to say, it’s convenient. But for some it can be a little too convenient.
I encourage each of you, whether you shop online or live in person, to do so in moderation. To be content within your budget. To make your purchases more of what you need and less of what you want. Let’s not covet everything we see. That others have or online offers. Our possessions are not who we are. We cannot take them with us when we die.
There is a whole World Wide Web out there that billions use to interact on the internet. To shop for any kind of information they so choose. Let’s all use our time and our resources wisely.
Let’s all save our data, and be cyber-free and interact with real persons every chance we get. Let’s find our contentment in people not things.
Well, it’s time for me to close. I’ve got to run. I’m off to “letgo” of my no longer needed Harley gear. And where else am I going to sell it, but online! 🙂
And he said to them, Take care, and be on your guard against all covetousness, for one’s life does not consist in the abundance of his possessions.
Love and laughter,