noun: One who opposes or avoids the use of new technology.
After the Luddites, name taken by textile workers in England during 1811-1816 who destroyed machinery that was displacing them. They took the name after one Ned Ludd, whose identity is not clear. Ned Ludd is said to have destroyed, in a fit of insanity, a knitting frame in 1779. In response to the Luddites, the British parliament passed the Frame Breaking Act which made the destroying of knitting frames punishable by death.
I am talking about myHorn Frogs at Texas Christian University.
I am not much of a sports fan so I am shocked to discover that TCU is number 4 in the nation in collage football. Amazing When I went to TCU a winning season was when we actually won a game. Now they are undefeated. Amazing Frogs!!!
A woman was talking to her friend holding her new cell phone telling her friend how it had everything on it. It’s my plan for the day, my directions for how to get there and has connections to all my family and friends.
Her friend held up her bible and said It’s has my plan for life, my directions for getting to heaven, connections with God’s people and tells me how to love my neighbor.
We live in two world’s one physical and the other spiritual and we need connections to both.
This is Sunday the Lord’s Day so make your connections.