A necessity of life, or so we think. Electricity goes out from time to time here in Kampala, like now (when I wrote this). You might think that it’s a travesty, but me I like to think that God is trying to takie waway the distractions of the world so it’s just me, Him and His word.
We got running water and a gas stove the only thing it affects is your sight at night, and it gets pretty creepy at night without no lights.
The result of no electricity is that it leaves you with no computer, no internet, no DVD, no TV, no music, and no distractions. So I end up reading my Bible or writing in my journal. All in all contemplating more on God. So it’s not a travesty, but it makes you praise Him every time you flip a switch and the light does come on.
Well, the electricity has returned while writing in my journal, so now I’ll be going back to the wordly distractions of life.
P.S. the lights went again tonight at like 7pm and didn’t return till 11pm, so I read “The Magicians Nephew” by C.S. Lewis.