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This story dove tails with my last post regarding May Day except that it is a sharper focus on what makes up a worldview and how worldview shapes how we look at something as simple as student debt and the sense of entitlement that many seem to have. It’s from my friend and pastor. I’m his assistant pastor in Kenosha, Wisconsin

Missional Meanderings

I wrote one post on this already, then deleted it.  It was just me irritated and venting the irritation.  Why so irritated?  This site is where it all started for me. It is actually an interesting read, I made it several pages deep myself. But what stood out was how so many people managed to take so much out in loans and now think that they are somehow exempt from paying it back. One guy has about 150,000 in loans for an art degree. I look at art on my local coffee shop and see that the artists are asking for their paintings and usually think, “Good luck with that.” I doubt I would say to myself, I want an art degree and I think I am so good that I will be able to make enough to pay back 150,000 in debt, yet, I am that good.

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