and it’s has become an enormous industry climbing upwards to $77 billion dollars!(A) That’s what I call perfecting procrastination. For example, I was rescuing someone’s pets right before I began typing this post up. That’s right, the Pragmatic Pastor was running through Pet Saga levels and not working on a sermon series, or post, or spending time with the kids (though we were watching Kung-Fu Panda 3 on Netflix and I decided I was done seeing that for the 5th time). I was in my room laying in the bed and carefully selecting which colored block to destroy and power-up to use so that I can save a digital animal which was placed in a precarious situation by an evil genius game designer.
Apps are for the most part a waste of time. I know there are some apps out there which are great as reference and used as tools to help better society. I understand that I’ve designed and manage those types of applications before; I’m not stranger to the value of providing access to critical information at the fingertips of those who need it.
That’s right, the Pragmatic Pastor was running through Pet Saga levels and not working on a sermon series, or posts, or spending time with the kids.
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