FFYF: Great Thoughts Edition

The boys for some reason were talking about heaven this morning and what it may be like. Typically the younger ones imagine all sorts of fun activities like flying and having every wish fulfilled. The Manager looked at me and said “I hope that I won’t have the power to think of something and have it suddenly appear. There’d be a HUGE pile of stuff! Because I think a lot of things.”

(He’s totally right. That brain never stops working. Mine usually shuts down first after he’s asked more questions than I could possibly answer. And I wish you could see the look frequently on Hubby’s face after a thousand-word question has been posed at the dinner table. Priceless.)

Welcome to the February 4, 2011 edition of fun for your friday. Madeleine Begun Kane presents Billable Pep Talk posted at Mad Kane’s Humor Blog.

Big Cajun Man presents Financial Shock Collar posted at Canadian Personal Finance Blog, saying, “OK, this might be a little drastic, but some folks really do need this!”

Christopher Benek presents Rethinking Air Travel posted at www.christopherbenek.com, saying, “A humorous look at “rethinking air travel”.”

TheCosmo presents » World’s most dangerous hiking trail! .: The Cosmosphere :. posted at .: The Cosmosphere :., saying, “The amazingly dangerous hiking trail in Spain!!!! MUST WATCH VIDEO!!!”

sakya presents » This is an epic in action movie 😉 .: The Cosmosphere :. posted at .: The Cosmosphere :., saying, “Amazing EPIC funny movie clip!!!”

Madeleine Begun Kane presents Vain Limerick posted at Mad Kane’s Humor Blog.

Brian @ BeBetterNow presents Wheel of Fortune: How to Win! posted at Be Better Now, saying, “I know this might no be intended humor, but it is intended to be fun for Friday.”

Vidal presents Stress: Busted Pipes, Lessons Learned, Silver Linings posted at LibertyBuzz SC, saying, “Minor household emergency that happened in January at our house. It did not seem funny at the time, but it makes a good story for later.”

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The editor-in-chief of Earnest Parenting, Amy is the mother of two sets of twin boys. Yes, they drive her crazy, but they also make her laugh occasionally. Amy enjoys writing, quilting, reading, and working on her burgeoning cyber empire.

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  • Funny Fail Pictures February 7, 2011, 1:16 am

    That is a very interesting topic. Everyone has their own opinion about heaven, shouldn’t we be looking in religious scriptures instead of thinking about it without any basis!!!?

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    • Amy LeForge February 7, 2011, 1:04 pm

      Hi Funny Fail Pictures. Yes, we do teach the boys scripture, but there are many ways to interpret what we will find when we actually get to heaven. We’re promised that it will be more wonderful than we can imagine. I see value in the boys getting excited about heaven and going there and if that means that at the age of 8 they think they’ll be able to fly or have super powers I’m cool with that. And really, I can’t tell them they won’t be able to…can you? Where in scripture is that topic specifically addressed?

      Our imaginings naturally change as we mature, so it’s likely the boys will have a different conception of heaven when they’re adults. If I were to lecture them now and diminish their dreams, what would be the good in that? I’d rather delight in their thought patterns and enjoy them where they are, which is why I shared the story. 🙂

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