Throughout any given week, I strive to share hilarious actual astute resonating mesmerizing things on my Twitter and Facebook. At the end of the week, I condense the very best of Internetdom into a WOW-tastic blog post I call The Weekend WOW. And what a wonderful WOW-tastic week on the World Wide Web it was.
+ WOW what a hilarious actual t-shirt: The official “Team Zuniga” shirt. Yes, this is real; yes, I want/need one.
+ WOW what an astute tweet: My main man, Ron Swanson, has some truth to bestow. As a coffee shop regular, I have to say I wholeheartedly agree.
A yawn is a silent scream for more coffee.
— Ron Swanson (@Sir_Ron_Swanson) February 13, 2014
+ WOW what another astute tweet: John Mayer differentiates between success and happiness and pretty much nails the divide perfectly.
Congratulations on being successful and best wishes on becoming happy.
— John Mayer (@JohnMayer) February 5, 2014
+ WOW what a resonating blog: “Church Anywhere and Everywhere” by Donald Miller. Don’s been writing a string of posts recently about his lack of church attendance and what “church” and being a “pastor” even means. He also invokes the names of Gandalf and Yoda, so this post resonated on many levels.
“[T]he vision I got was of a pastor who sees his or herself as a pastor to pastors. What I mean is, a pastor who spends sunday equipping the congregation to be pastors themselves, that is to baptize people through the week, perhaps in their home swimming pools, to guide people through communion, perhaps around their own dinner tables, to teach the Bible to their friends and neighbors, to sing together in their homes, to make meals and share them with the sick and so forth. Then, on Sunday, “pastors” could gather to encourage each other and share stories about their own “churches” in the world.”
+ WOW what a mesmerizing music video: “Love At the End” by John Mark McMillan. Snakes, horses, and spontaneous street dances, all shot in black-and-white: I couldn’t stop looking away.
What was your favorite part of the Internet this week? Any astute things to share?