The startling notion of What Would I Do? Which comes into direct conflict with the idea of WWJD, unless of course you ask yourself, "What would Jesus Do?" followed by asking yourself, "What would I do?" Becuase Jesus has told you what to do already. This is the mantra of self-motivated people and entrepreneurs around the world: you can bet that the person who started selling those little WWJD bracelets to the asses of the masses was asking, "'What Will I Do,' after I rake in a tremendous amount of cash on these little bracelets?"

Jesus may have asked him to help spread the word of god, but you know it is his travel agent helping him spread the gospel of American Express now! See: Jim Baker, stupid tax, and Holy Roller.

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