I want authority but not always responsibility.
I want the tranquility of the country and the convenience of the suburbs.
I want to stay up ’til 1 and not be tired when the alarm goes off at 6:30.
I want to eat anything and any amount I want and not gain an ounce.
I want to run faster and farther and not have to work any harder to get there.
I want money in the bank without the sacrifice of saving.
I want a well-trained dog without the training.
I want to complain and not do anything to solve the problem.
I want close relationships without taking the time to invest in them.
I want to be smart and not have to learn.
I want the laws of the universe to apply to everyone but me.
Don’t be misled–you cannot mock the justice of God. You will always harvest what you plant. – Galatians 6:7 (NLT)