after re-reading the grammar rules for capitalization, i realized
that i have never explained my reason for breaking them.
it's childlike, and i have been chastised for it but will continue to
use only lower case letters for my simple thoughts. i like the idea
of saving the upper case ones for the One who deserves them,
because this allows me to show Him honor in a 'big' and 'small'
one of my favorite lines is from harry wormwood to his young
daughter, matilda. "listen you little wise acre, i'm smart; you're
dumb. i'm big; you're little. i'm right; you're wrong, and there's
nothing you can do about it."
it's hilarious, because he is actually the dumb, little, and wrong
one. i want to be the polar opposite of harry wormwood and
by writing in lower case letters, i have an opportunity to show
what i think about myself.
the Lord is omniscient; i'm not very smart. He's BIG; i'm little.
He's just and true in all His ways; i'm frequently wrong, but there
are many things i can do about that.
"praise our God, all you servants, you who fear Him, both small
and great." revelation 19:5