Comfortable Sin

by Bryant Evans on January 3, 2014

Comfort foods are foods that bring us great satisfaction. Chocolate cake, a homemade chicken casserole, extra hot sanchos from Taco Casa in Tuscaloosa. Right? The problem is that comfort foods are usually unhealthy, especially in volume.  We never fuss at anyone about eating them because they are so common and, well, comforting.

Jason Todd at Relevant magazine writes about a comfort sin. He calls it The Socially Acceptable Sin. I don’t know Jason but he nails it on the head in this brief article. I encourage all my readers to ingest his discomforting words and make application as needed.

Bryant Evans may be reached at bryant at bryantevans.com. You can follow Bryant on Twitter @jbevans.

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