No cream, no sugar please. A simple life is the envy of many people. The Amish seem to have it down to a science. However, no one wants to give it up. There is too much technology integrated into our lives. Even though we acknowledge there is life without it, we don’t want it. It would be interesting to see this current culture stripped of all its amenities, all it’s cream and sugar. Humanity has been around for ages, and they’ve all been able to live without the internet. If this generation was thrust into a life without amenities, they may find that our culture isn’t so important after all. No cream, no sugar. Just plain coffee.
For all you people who take everything so literally, this next section is satirical.
I do not drink coffee in church. It’s a cultural thing. Other people do it, therefore I must stray away from it. Some churches accept this culture and drink their coffee black. Still others, are even more liberal and like it with sugar and even some cream. They do this all in the name of being culturally relevant. I wouldn’t be surprised if those churches started allowing espressos in their services. I tell you, these people with their fast ideas and their caffeinated theology, they’re are all about the quick relationship with God. They know nothing of spending real personal time with their creator. That’s why these folks have itching ears, always learning but never experiencing the truth. I’m glad my church doesn’t drink coffee. Water is all we need. After all, Jesus didn’t give the woman at the well coffee.