By Tim Dolbear - www.timdolbear.com
So we just watch through all of Californication on Netflex to relive it before seeing the last season. The first 3 seasons are great, written very well, dark and funny, but after that it kind of looses its way, and especially the last season (7), it was written so poorly, like a cheesy sitcom. I did loved the last episode though.
Upon watching the first show, I was heartbroken for leaving California. I really do miss SoCal. Every street they shot the show on, I have been on, every place and scene was my old place and scene... I am not moving back, ya kidding? A smaller house for 750K on a lot they list in square feet and not aches? its not for me any more... I love the vibe of So Cal, and I really relate too much to the show. I am not and have not been a druggy or drinker... but my vise was elsewhere... I can't help but think I could have been Moody, or at least very much like him. My life could have been totally different, but God had different plans for me.
If I had not surrendered to the plan Jesus had for my life, everything would have been centered around self destructive activities in an never ending search for happiness between the legs of another. Harsh, but true. Life still has its firestorms, but as the storms circle around me I have comfort from it and a peace that only comes from knowing Him.
Sometime we are given a glimpse of what could have been, those are the times to realize just how much Jesus cares for each one of us. I see where my life was, the road I had hoped to go down, and reality of the pain if would have brought. My life now is good, very good, I must always remember that. People talk much about Jesus being our Savior, and how He gives us eternal life, but today think about how he is your Savior for your current everyday life.