Olaf, The Transgender Phenomena, Fantasy, and Reality

The difference between reality and fantasy…
(Or is that suicidal tendencies?)

Obeying Christ - 2 Corinthians 10:5

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In the movie Frozen, the cute, loveable snowman Olaf, sings a song about summer time.  Maybe you know the song?  “The hot and the cold are both so intense, put them together and it just makes sense!  Rata ta ta, dada, dada da da doo”…And then Olaf sings a line that anticipates another line – he sings “winter’s a good time to stay in and cuddle” – and he makes you think the last word of the next line will rhyme with “cuddle”.  The next line starts out like this, “but put me in summer and I’ll be a…” – and Olaf fools me, every time!  I belt out PUDDLE!  But instead, Olaf sings, “but put me in summer and I’ll be a happy snowman!”

After this song, Kristoff says, “Somebody’s gotta tell him.”

The thing about this song is it is a fantasy of Olaf’s.  It is…

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