On priority indicators

Real Life Sep 16, 2009

I’ve heard many pastors say that you can tell a person’s priorities by looking at his checkbook. But, this is the 21st century. For most of my peers, the checkbook doesn’t leave the room. So I proposed a new test to the worldview students. In the interest of practicing what I preach, below are my confusions.

1. iTunes Top 25 Most Played Songs (Song and Artist)

2. Top 12 most Visited Websites

3. Your last 20 “tweets” or “status updates”

4. The establishments of 10 of your most recent debit card purchases.

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