I LOVE to read and I LOVE my Kindle. I tend to tear through a book quicker than necessary. When I was young I would read the last few pages first because I couldn’t stand the suspense of how it would end. I don’t do that any more (just like I quit opening my Christmas presents and rewrapping them before Christmas).... I've grown up.... Some. But I do breeze through a good read. This morning I was reading a new Bible study which was in the old fashion book format…. You remember the old books… With pages you have to manually turn. When I got to the end of the page, I automatically tapped the side of the page like I do on my Kindle. For a second, I guess I thought I was Samantha on Bewitched and could just twerk my nose.... NO, NO!.... That. Is. Not. Right! There was no nose twerking in the Bewitched days! I thought I could Twitch.... (I Googled it), Samantha (according to Wikipedia) twitched her nose to get things done. So, like I was saying, I guess for a second I thought I could twitch my nose to turn the page on my book. Talk about feeling like a doofus! I've officially become used to having instant information at my finger tips which can be a double edged sword. Knowledge can lead to pride and arrogance. It can cause me to rely more on my "knowledge" than my faith. I must be careful to remember that knowledge is not the same as wisdom. Instead of seeking spiritual guidance (through prayer and reading the Bible), I can just Google any question I have, spiritual or otherwise. When my mind went off on this rabbit trail (all because I tried to tap my book page), it reminded me of the story in Genesis of "The Tower of Babel". I don't want to become "self-sufficient" in what I think I know, regardless of how much information I have available. I've been humbled by God before, and it is not a pleasant experience. "Pride goes before destruction, a haughty spirit before a fall" Prov. 16:18. And goodness knows I don't want to be haughty, just that word sounds disgusting. So I guess God took me on this rabbit trail to keep me humble today and being the kind-hearted soul I am, I thought I would share my Bewitched moment with you to keep you from getting all haughty too.