“Life’s Too Short To Pretend You’re Not Religious”

My take away from the book, “Life’s too short to pretend you’re not religious'” by David DarkĀ is that I now have a better understanding of how to live a life for Christ. Because every decision I make is influenced by religion, which comes back to the saying we’ve all heard as kids, WWJD (What Would Jesus Do). Even though it is a saying taught to kids to get them to behave well, it can still be applied to our lives in college and as we start living adult lives. The phrase is meant to be a reminder of our heritage in times of dilemma and our heritage is Jesus Christ. I had forgotten this, but reading the book reminded me that it was in my ‘attention collection’ and I intend on making use of it.

I also encourage my fellow class mates to ask themselves, “WWJD?” the next time a dilemma occurs.

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