The Cost of Easy
Not too long before I graduated and left for college, a Stripes convenient store opened near my home. I never really took advantage of it until visiting for Spring Break my senior year. Since then, I frequently shop at this convenient store after work or before Spurs games. I know that snacks and sodas cost more at convenient stores than they would at supermarkets, but I’m willing to accept this extra cost because of the added ease and convenience of picking up my favorite snack quicker and with higher ease of access.
Suffice to say, I’m willing to pay the price for convenience.
Certainly, this is not a problem when it comes to food, but, unfortunately, there is an American epidemic that is harming our Church. We are continually choosing to pay the price for convenience and it is a…
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