I like to sit at coffee shops and watch people walk by. The writer in me likes to give people stories. My friends have been very long-suffering with this quirk of mine. Sometimes I just like to listen into other people’s conversations. I usually end up rolling my eyes at the tweenies and their overly dramatic response to Brit’s troubles. But then sheepishly remember that I was the same way, although more clothed, at their age. But this weekend, I heard a guy talking about something his pastor said. It was the kind of statement that provoked an evolving reaction.
“Women are more likely to compromise their standards. But this is because it’s easier to find a godly woman than a godly man.”
Wow. Is this true? And if so, why?