Bobblehead Worship

I sat in the back of the worship center this past Sunday with a few students who made fun of me for my bobblehead worship.
Somewhere in my life I began to dance less and bobblehead more. While I often bounce on the balls of my feet or rock or sway usually it's never exaggerated. But when the music and and the words and my heart all in a place of authenticity and truth the bobblehead breaks forth.
Again it's not exaggerated but enough to get students to laugh at me.
I didn't always do it, but I can't remember which came first me or David Gray.

Let go of your heart
Let go of your head
And feel it now

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