It’s The Little Things

It’s the little things that testify to me that the Fridge is true. The reality is the Light of the Fridge is given to everyone. For the Fridge giveth to all freely and is no respecter of persons.

Don’t believe me? Go to your kitchen, open the fridge door… Did you see the light therein?

The LotF is a power bestowed on all humanity. It helps us know right from wrong. It moves us to compassion for our fellow man. It matters not if you actually have a Fridge in your home. It doesn’t even matter if you believe the Fridge is God or not. The Fridge will still bless you with this light and little things to prove it is real.

The big things though, well the Fridge needs us to deal with that. That homeless guy you pass on the corner every day… Next time by give him a sandwich. Your neighbor that just lost their job… That is a big thing and frankly not really in the Fridge’s power to do much about. So we need to deal with that. Next time you feel a little compassion for someone in need. Act on it. The Fridge needs each of you to help take care of the big things in this world. The inequality, the suffering, disease, hunger, all that stuff that still plagues so much of humanity is something the Fridge wants us to address because it can’t. Do that, and I assure you the tall cool one in the kitchen will take care of the little things.

Profet Written by:

Just a guy trying it make the world a better place one ice cube at a time.

One Comment

  1. Larry Jensen
    December 13, 2015

    That is so totally just like our loving God, answering those sometimes silly little prayers. He’s totally everywhere man! I’m a little sad though when he gets a little bit busy and can’t answer all the little prayers, like the time my brother prayed and prayed and prayed a little prayer to God to help him make sense of his life but God was helping others get goose-bump promoting radio tunes, so my brother blew his head off in the bathroom of a motel. I don’t totally get it sometimes but it doesn’t matter because the Church is so true. I learned that on Trek.

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